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    kick at

    Would you please find me some other expression of the following in red? How about "tempting" or "stimulating"?

    Even as Apple was introducing new iPods and iPhones, it was also remaking its Macs with new creations..... The personal computer business, which so many people had declared dead a decade ago, still was alive and kicking at Apple.

    Thank you.

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    Re: kick at

    It's 'alive and kicking' (very much alive) 'at' (in) Apple

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    Re: kick at

    Many thanks.

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    #4

    Re: kick at

    active, vital

    My grandmother is still alive and kicking at 95.

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