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squiggle

(ˈskʍɪglæ)
n. a wiggly mark. That squiggle is my signature.
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LATHER YOU THAN ME, MATE Lone boatsman braves the seething mass of soapy water in front of the Squiggly Bridge
With our proprietary TYPE-IN (TM) technology, consumers can solve CAPTCHAs in half the time it takes to decipher the outmoded squiggly number and letter CAPTCHAs.
I show students how to erase the squiggly line creases and folds that are inside the drawn bowls so the bowls appear to be in front of the fabric.
In honor of the little squiggly s potency, the Museum of Modern Art in New York announced on Monday that it had added the @ symbol to its architecture and design collection, citing its "design power.
The ventricles during VF look like a bag of squiggly worms, a belly dancer gone berserk.
So the first viewing of the artistically interpreted grand vistas was something of a disappointment, revealing a new world populated by scary people with squiggly glasses and featureless faces.
Green construction paper cut in squiggly strips makes nice seaweed.
Once you type in the blurry, squiggly characters (they're called CAPTCHAs, in case you wondered) to verify that you're an actual person and not a malicious machine, click Create My Account.
When Eno sent me the music for the new album, once the squiggly sounds were stripped away it was very folky," says Byrne.
The extent to which this concept has been lost is evidenced by the squiggly red line under the word on my computer indicating a misspelling.
Smart Sex Stuff For Girls" and "Sperm, Squirm & Other Squiggly Stuff
Yes, these are A"floatersA" which are small, dark, shadowy shapes that look like spots, thread-like strands, or squiggly lines.
When it dries, use the felt-tip pen to make a squiggly design around the heart Then write a valentine's message, such as I Love You or You're Special, on the heart.
Vanessa Castagna: A refresher course on doing the squiggly.
You may well use "gan" or "hinny" in a document or an email, but you get a red squiggly line underneath telling you it's wrong.