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doodad

(ˈdudæd)
n. a name for a gadget. I don’t know what they’re called. If they had names, they wouldn’t be doodads, now would they?
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DOODAD has voluntarily dropped rates to 60c/MB (USD) in 28 European countries, in order to stay competitive, and to continue to offer customers an affordable way to stay connected while traveling.
Speaking of civilized, check out the price: The Mazdaspeed3 comes with every doodad in the Mazda parts catalog, from halogen fog lights and chrome-tipped exhaust to leather trim and aluminum door sills.
We carry lucky charms because we once caught a break while carrying some random doodad that had nothing to do with the luck itself.
They may have a fancy doodad or two that the PLGR or DAGR doesn't have, but they are not secure
For deep-sky observers, its attractions lie in two globular clusters (NGC 4833 and NGC 4372), a planetary nebula (NGC 5189), and a dark nebula that is popularly known as the Dark Doodad.
92) or a Viper 1 night vision head-worn doodad (pounds 234.
When GPS's first came out, it was a thrill to determine one's exact location by satellite doodad.
In a business always driven by the latest doodad, the housewares folks have gone a long, long time without any new must-have small electric item.
It was a shiny doodad, a little bauble, a gaudy little thing that sparkles.
Then, when the Xbox One was released last November, there were hardly any games that actually employed the new doodad.
1FILL YOUR PLATE This little doodad slots in between the front and back plates of your master phone socket filtering out the interference caused by the bell wire, which was needed to make older telephones ring.
I could see every single doodad right through the side of the bag, then reach right in and pluck out whatever I needed.
Daddy spent hours in the garage in October and November before emerging with some doodad that he would haul up on the roof and install with much swearing and muttering.
Every Monday, Beazer's inside sales staff (or home sales counselors, in Beazerspeak) delivered a new box with a related doodad to the targeted agencies, and then treated each office to pizza every Friday through the campaign.
This well-resolved cluster, larger but a touch fainter than NGC 4833, is partially obscured by the long, dark nebula that is exquisitely named the Dark Doodad (S&T: February 2002, page 109).