Agility Definition

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1. A : It requires eed , balance , stamina , agility , flexibility , coordination and good footwork. 1
2. A boxer should be of strength, stamina, speed, agility, determination and courage. 1
3. A network, or society, of very simpleminded decision-making centers like these formed an organism that exhibited remarkable agility and adaptability. 1
4. A practice game followed a series of running, stretching, speed and agility exercises. 1
5. A swashbuckler who uses agility and guile to stand toe-to-toe with enemies. 1
6. A target multipath DOA estimation algorithm based on frequency agility for phased array radar is introduced. 1
7. A top class fencer requires balance, coordination , concentration, agility, flexibility and speed of thought and reaction. 1
8. A top class fencer requires balance, coordination , concentration, agility,(This website/top class.html) flexibility and speed of thought and reaction. 1
9. A: It requires speed, balance, stamina, agility, flexibility, coordination and good footwork. 1
10. About 30 waiting cameras forced him to weave through traffic with Emmitt-like agility. 1
11. About 30 waiting cameras forced him to weave through traffic with Emmitt-like agility. This website 1
12. According to the cognoscenti , functional training should be the core of a fitness program for anyone who wants to develop strength, skill, agility, and balance for sports. 1
13. Adapter Layer is guarantee the system's agility and universal network connect. " 1
14. Advanced agile missiles possess maneuverability, agility and precise guidance performance by adopting thruster vector control. 1
15. Agile supply chain management can improve enterprise reconfiguring agility. 1
16. Agility :- A good way to boost our avoidance, agility provides the most efficient means to boost our dodge rate but is hard to itemise for. 1
17. And you can hear them together, Yeats moving from one to another with, oh, incredible speed and agility in that final strophe of the poem, on the next page. 1
18. Apparently, software development and war have much complexity in common: according to the Precis entitled "The Agile Emperative", agility applies anywhere there is a "Complex Endeavor" to deal with. 1
19. As the number of channels grew, they began facing agility problems. 1
20. At its best, badminton has been proven to be more demanding, faster and requiring more agility than tennis. 1
21. At the top competitive level it requires a lot of agility. 1
22. Badminton requires speed, balance, stamina, agility, flexibility, coordination, and good footwork. 1
23. Balance rigor with agility when defining project processes. 1
24. Based on the demand, the ultrasonic radiation surface can be laid underside the launder slot or on the side face or on the peak face, it is quite agility. 1
25. Basketball requires speed, strength, balance, stamina, agility, flexibility and coordination. 1
26. Because of adopting fixed groundwork, position of every observation station is immovability, agility of instrument is poor, singular fixed stand can not meet the need of modern equipment. 1
27. Besides strength, a wrestler also requires speed, agility, flexibility and coordination. 1
28. Besides strength, a wrestler also requires speed, stamina, agility, flexibility and coordination. 1
29. But no amphibian can truthfully be described as nimble and for hunting they have to rely on something other than agility their tongue. 1
30. Dribbling: - For a good dribbler they need pace, acceleration and agility. 1
 

Agility

[əˈjilədē]

NOUN

  - ability to move quickly and easily.

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List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

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