When Mr Verloc returned to sit in his place, like the very embodiment of silence, the character of Mrs Verloc's stare underwent a subtle change, and Stevie ceased to fidget with
his feet, because of his great and awed regard for his sister's husband.
RISK: Fat cats like Fidget with
owner Wendy; HEALTH WORRY: Overweight dog
He says stuff like, ``Let's fidget with
the digit,'' writes on a manual typewriter and chain-smokes like there's, well, no tomorrow.
He notes that residents with dementia often "interpret the product as the underwear they are familiar with and are thus less likely to fidget with
it and far more likely to self-toilet.
Gone are the days when users had to keep taking the phone away from their ears, to check the screen or fidget with
the keypad, navigating multi-level menus with multiple choices.
To make the necessary adjustments for the bowls to spin correctly, I had to fidget with
the beater head, which was messy and time consuming.