use punier in a sentence.
Translating all of this into potential GDP growth, Schnapp figures we're looking at a measly 1% to 1.5% for the rest of the year and even punier 1% growth in 2011.
But Fiat is punier still in its home continent, with European share of 6.5% in the third quarter, only enough for seventh place.
The administration's 2011 proposal to raise the tax rate on capital gains and dividends to 20% from 15% on upper incomes was estimated to raise an even punier $10.5 billion a year.
Unfortunately it's sold out but you can still order the punier but still delicious gummy bear on a stick.
Citing the country's aggressive unions, widening wealth gaps, a faltering education system, low workforce participation and a public sector often paralyzed by bureaucratic red tape, the British magazine recently claimed that Israel's "engines of growth are punier than they look."