squiggle


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squiggle

(ˈskʍɪglæ)
n. a wiggly mark. That squiggle is my signature.
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a supplier of innovative solutions for the mobile market, today announced TIO Flix and TIO Squiggle.
Each player draws a squiggle on his or her own paper.
The important question now is whether the current resurgence of the dollar is part of a longer term trend, or just another squiggle on the chart.
That Timeform squiggle Osborne was talking about will come under some pressure, but if the powers that be at Timeform's Halifax headquarters need any guidance, they need only look at the way Geordieland curled up in front.
The tiny, high-resolution SQ-306s Squiggle piezoelectric motor is 50% shorter than previous models, with improved resolution and higher electrical efficiency for long battery life.
Consider that there is an Apostrophe Protection Society in England that exists purely to protect and correct the uses of this noble squiggle.
Insects squiggle across colorfully illustrated pages while young readers are invited to find the numerals hidden in each of the attention-grabbing scenes.
To demonstrate the different ways of communication, Thomson asked participants to choose whether their personality matched more with a box or a squiggle.
Some graphs have gradually sloping downward lines during the 1980s, some squiggle up and down, and a few (presumably greedy Wall Street bond traders) had upward lines.
New Scale's NSD-1202 driver operates two-phase ultrasonic piezo motors such as the SQUIGGLE motor.
Over 300 daily prizes, including cash, a one-year supply of Hostess CupCakes, Hostess prize packs, and Flip Video(TM) cameras with customized squiggle skins were awarded to Hostess fans across the country.
A LAWYER has attacked banks for cashing cheques that are signed with just a squiggle.
Yes, the artist formerly known as squiggle released 3123 by Prince last week.
Teenage troublemaker Elizabeth, nicknamed Squiggle, will move into George Street in the summer with older sister Chelsea (Tiana Benjamin) and mum Denise (Diane Parish).
However, I wouldn't be in a rush to put a squiggle next to her name just yet, as she missed the break quite badly, and did well to get herself into a challenging position - she could represent a bit of value next time.