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fet·tle

(fĕt′l)
n.
1. Proper or sound condition.
2. Mental or emotional state; spirits.
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The Fettle Animation team turned six popular Shakespeare plays into threeminute animations with fun lyrics and catchy tunes from the Firm Music Group.
Stepping up to answer that call is the new brand Fettle Botanical, who recently announced their launch offering a premium quality, Made in the USA, Turmeric Curcumin supplement.
Barande-Barbe, however, is delighted to report her stable star in fine fettle and is looking forward to seeing her charge return to Britain for Ascot's midsummer showpiece on July 27.
IT SEEMS like Everton's world-renowned academy remains in fine fettle.
LEE WESTWOOD will head into Thursday's US Open in fine fettle after clinching a five-shot victory at the Nordea Masters in Stockholm.
Clarke, in particular, appears in fine fettle. He ended the game with match-figures of 15-9-15-6 to go with his 66 runs with the bat.
Dr Amar S Fettle, state nodal officer, H1N1 control, Kerala added that only 35 positive cases have been reported in the state so far in 2012.
The Ancients are in fine fettle after progressing to the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup with last week's fine 1-0 win at Welsh Premier side Aberystwyth Town.
JOHN Oxx's wonder horse Sea The Stars has returned home in fine fettle following his stunning display in the Tattersalls Millions Irish Champion Stakes on Saturday.
The fact that 50,000 can go there every week on the off chance of seeing any one of 11 players scoring a goal, to put them in a good fettle for work on the following Monday, surely that speaks volumes.
The BBC said the broadcaster was undergoing tests and was in "good fettle".