limber en Grec
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Rectangles of overturned earth marked the situation of the enemy's batteries before their retreat. He found dump cannons with broken wheels, projectil limbers converted in tangle of steel bars,
'Number Three'll be off the limber, next jolt,' was the answer.
A good yoga session can limber you up like nothing else.
I have to exercise on a daily basis to keep myself limber.
Although the reasons for gridlock differ across countries, the bottom line is that few politicians anywhere are having much success in limbering up their economies.
Besides, i'm not that limber.
Besides, I'm not that limber.
Have you ever seen a lion limber up before it takes down a gazelle?
I may not be as limber as I once was... but I make up for it with enthusiasm and willingness to experiment.
I may not look like it, but I'm as limber as a cheetah.