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Shy

(shī),
George Milton, U.S. neurologist, 1919-1967. See: Shy-Drager syndrome.

Shy

Abbreviation for 6-mercaptopurine.

shy

timid.

shy breeder
difficult to get pregnant because of timid disposition and disinclination to copulate.
shy feeder
fussy, finicky eater; difficult to get to eat a full feed.
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But even though it was Meyers' story idea from the beginning, and her involvement was clearly instrumental in getting it made, it was Shyer who would grab the director's chair for their future collaborations.
When we hear about parents, teachers, coaches, clergy, and bosses caught touching their children and charges in uninvited, destructive ways, it spooks us all a bit and we get even shyer about touching others.
What he was shyer about saying was that the production also investigates the stone slipperiness of sexual identity that figured heavily in the film, which was based on Stephen McCauley's comic novel about a gay man and his female roommate.
Shyer, but cuter, are two golden lion tamarins, Brazilian monkeys who survive in tbe wild only in two isolated preserves in Rio de Janeiro State.
We are proud to be the first privately owned company in Westchester County to convert to LED lighting, and are already feeling the positive effects from this conversion," said James Shyer, Zyloware Chief Operating Officer.
Original director and co-writer Charles Shyer is also said to have signed up to develop the film.
For more call 09050 700 442 Scorpio Oct 24 - Nov 22 YOU may not be backwards at coming forward when you want to be but when you're in that zone you can be shyer than a shy thing on a shy day afternoon.
Except for with kids, they are usually shyer than me so I don't feel so bad," she posted.
Right-on in terms of style," agreed guest taster Kirby Shyer of MBD.
Despite your naturally bubbly personality, you can be shyer about sex and intimate relationships, than people think.
A mixed classroom means the shyer boys and girls will not speak up and be left behind.
In Clayton Square, the pea-souper provided welcome extra cover for shyer patrons emerging from the rather risque Jaycee cinema showing its erotic films.