calmy

calmy

(ˈkɑːmɪ)
adj, calmier or calmiest
literary tranquil
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The team behind Calmy Plane hopes to tap into the market of people who enjoy light-hearted games with cheeky characters.
CALMY ARMY Boss Pochettino salutes the Spurs fans at the end
Boro took the lead on 37 minutes when Callum Cooke found McAloon, and Boro's number 11 calmy slid the ball past the onrushing Seagulls keeper Christian Walton.
Sumang calmy sank the freebie, completing the rare game-winning, four-point play.
"Before I went on stage I was calmy going 'My mic's not on, my mic's not on.' I pointed over to Jahmene to get his mic and he just waved at me.
Switzerland's president and foreign minister Micheline Calmy said the assets include 360-million Swiss francs that likely belong to Gaddafi; 410-million Swiss francs linked to Mubarak, and 60-million Swiss francs connected to Ben Ali.
Tango the ginger tom strolled calmy past host David Dimbleby as the programme went out live from studios in Newquay, Cornwall.
Russel Whitehead put Halton ahead after 15 minutes, and the same player calmy picked his spot to score his second mid-way through the second half.
A Wigan clearance ballooned towards the touchline where the Liverpool manager calmy pulled the ball out of the sky with a great first touch and brought it under control at his feet.
They convinced an employee that they were part of a CAB team and calmy walked off with half of the safe's contents.
Dozens of sightseers watched in horror as 18-year-old Ben Pettit calmy removed his skis, scaled a safety rail and jumped over the cliff face.