- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of savvy.
“The ones who succeed are the ones who will land the tech-savvies, the Gen Y's and the Gen X's.”
“Backed by official government data and using media savvies, these 34 NGOs are forcing brand-conscious global IT corporations to face up to the discrepancy between their glorified "Supplier Code of Conduct" and actual implementation on the ground.”
“Do you think it has anything to do with one of the Beaumonts savvies?”
“The Beaumonts have to keep their savvies a secret from everyone.”
“Fish and Rocket have a terrible time scumbling their savvies.”
“Is already actively used by the FREE NUDE CHAT technical savvies who has.”
“Chat whenever technical savvies LIVE SEX CAM who has broadband Internet.”
“The technology that rapidly enters CHATGIRL our technical savvies who.”
“If the technical savvies who LIVE SEX SHOW has broadband Internet case.”
“My guess is that someone who savvies SL pretty good already told the Coldwell gang, Dudes. $20 for a house is waaaay high.”
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