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rangy

a term describing conformation; generally a light frame with long body and legs.
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So anyone who saw Liverpool's two Champions League games against Standard Liege will remember the rangy, imposing figure of Marouane Fellaini coming into shot with monotonous regularity.
She's grown into a nice, correct, rangy filly who is very light on her feet.
But the French side showed its class by coming back strongly after the break thanks to the sterling efforts of their rangy pack and their quicker and better use of space behind.
Lance, a rangy 6-foot-5, 215-pound senior, also plays wide receiver.
That was mainly down to Benarbia and fellow debutant Dickson Etuhu, a rangy midfielder plucked from the club's academy.
He's a big rangy horse and only just gets two miles in the sticky ground.
He's a big, rangy colt and I want to give him plenty of time," said Meehan.
The Kirkdale star picked him off at ease for a 36-19 decision, but faces a tough one in tomorrow's semi, in the form of rangy Indian Vijender who devastated Scotland's Kristofer Cars-law today.
After the home side had missed a succession of chances, the rangy 19-year-old skipped past a couple of weak tackles before finding the bottom corner of the net after 56 minutes.
You would want to grow Mexican sage as an informal hedge, pruning it only when it starts to get rangy at around 4 feet tall.
And if they give Sinclair the green light then rangy centre forward Dichio isn't expected to hang about either _ with stories already linking him to a summer move to Italy.
She's a big, rangy filly who should appreciate the stiff course.