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dingus

1. n. a thing or gadget. I have a little dingus that helps me clean venetian blinds.
2. and dingy n. the penis; the male thing. (Usually objectionable.) Jimmy, shake your dingus and put it away!
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This color art book collects the wilderness and landscape photographs of Rick Dingus.
Dingus helped grow the team from four members three years ago to 13 today, working with the company's internal teams and clients alike.
It looks to be a long night for sleepyhead John, but thanks to the time spreader dingus with its sleep retardant setting, he gets right into their next escapade.
Relationships among the proportions of Tuta absoluta per tomato plant parasitized by Pseudapanteles dingus, or by Dineulophus phtorimaeae phthorimaeae or by both species (multiparasitism) at various densities of T.
2005; Schmitt, McCallum, Hale, Obeldobel, & Dingus, 2009; Skinner, Robinson, Adamson, Atchison, & Woodward, 1998).
Tom Dingus serves as director of the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, which manages the Smart Road and research carried out on it.
Klauer SG, Dingus TA, Neale VL, Sudweeks JD, Ramsey DJ.
Lee, Suzanne, Sheila Klauer, Erik Olsen, Brace Simons-Morton, Thomas Dingus, David Ramsey, and Marie Ouimet.
Dingus Khan performed at Reading and Leeds festivals in 2012.
Isn't (name omitted) like, THE BIGGEST dingus ever?
Mollenhauer MA, Hulse MC, Dingus TA, Jahns SK and Carney C (1997).
If you're not sure, they play Electric Circus in the capital tonight before a trip to London a week tomorrow and then a support slot for Dingus Khan at King Tut's on April 29.
Dingus vienai ar daugiau faziu, gali buti taikomos kelios valdymo strategijos (Apsley, Williamson 2006; Zhao, Lipo 1996): palaikyti fazines nominaliuju verciu sroves, prarandant dali sukimo momento, arba jas padidinti, kompensuojant sugedusia apvija ir atkuriant nominaluji sukimo momenta.
An intelligent transport system may be defined as an advanced application used by state authorities, the private sector and researchers to solve transport-related problems (Barfield, Dingus 1997).