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1. Everything had been stitched by Molly's nimble fingers.
2. Val, who was light and nimble on her feet, learnt to dance the tango.
3. She was extremely nimble on her feet.
4. The boy was nimble and jumped clear of the truck.
5. Her nimble fingers undid the knot in seconds.
6. She showed some nimble footwork and looked a promising player.
7. His nimble mind calculated the answer before I could key the numbers into my computer.
8. You need nimble fingers for that job.
9. A nimble mind backed by a degree in economics gave him a firm grasp of financial matters.
10. They sped along on nimble feet; the musicians played; their cloaks swirled, they laughed and gambolled in their finery.
11. He has been a nimble chameleon, bending with every turn in Whitehall attitudes to education.
12. It takes wit, concentration and nimble fingers.
13. Light bread means low-calorie brands such as Nimble or St Michael's Lite bread.
14. The dexterity and nimble balance of elite fencers can boggle the mind.
15. Despite their age they were remarkably nimble.
16. A nimble slip fielder and occasional spin bowler, he played for Suffolk in 1938 and 1939 after leaving Hampshire.
17. A nimble response in this soundbite world rules out recourse to labyrinthine decision-making processes.
18. He has a nimble tongue.
19. Zirtech is a small, nimble company that is focused on innovation.
20. John was also extremely fast and nimble, and he possessed a remarkable body-swerve which could prove most disconcerting to opposing defenders.
21. Muir's nimble footwork merited a second Rovers goal at the start of the second half but Heald's save prevented it.
22. Gould, always a nimble tactician, has also moved leftwards in the course of his campaign.
22. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
23. She tore off the ring with nimble fingers.
24. But no amphibian can truthfully be described as nimble and for hunting they have to rely on something other than agility their tongue.
25. More is needed from Keith Piper, a nimble, bouncy type of wicketkeeper who has already scored a first-class hundred.
26. Twelve feet high, cube in shape, not very smart or nimble, but it did shuffle along slowly.
27. It most certainly lightened my step and made my fingers more nimble as we marched through the thick snow.
28. A leader... is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind. Nelson Mandela
29. Now, as they design new technology products, Hewlett-Packard engineers can morph within minutes into five or six nimble teams.
30. Self-awareness of roles and of the feelings evoked in interpersonal encounters is increasingly critical for the nimble entrepreneur.