yarely

Related to yarely: unstanched

yare

 (yâr, yär)
adj.
1. Agile; lively.
2. Nautical Responding easily; maneuverable. Used of a vessel.
3. Archaic Ready; prepared.

[Middle English, from Old English gearo, ready.]

yare′ly adv.
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Gisela Mayra Bustamante-Ramos [1], Abisai Martinez-Sanchez [1], Ines Tenahua-Qultl [2], Concepcion Jimenez [1], (a)), Yarely Lopez Mendoza [1], (a)
those flower-soft hands/That yarely frame the office.
Survivors include his wife; his parents; five sons, Jacoby Caldwell of Springfield, Lucio Tobon-Mendoza of Washington, and Nahum Tobon-Mendoza, Josue Tobon-Mendoza and Abraham Tobon-Mendoza, all of Mexico; two daughters, Senella Caldwell of Springfield and Yarely Tobon-Mendoza of Mexico; five sisters, Blanca Tobon, Silvia Tobon and Clara Tobon, all of Springfield, Guillermina Sanden of Eugene and Maria Tobon of Veracruz; three brothers, Jose, Juan and Gregorio, all of Springfield; and one grandchild.
Monica Cecilia Cuartas Trujillo (1), Olga Lucia Molina Upegui (1), Ana Cristina Restrepo Ceballos (1), Claudia Yarely Maya Carmona (1), Sergio Jaramillo Velaquez (1), Jorge Hernando Donado Gomez (1), John Jairo Zuleta Tobon (1), Jaime Aberto Lopez Vargas (1)