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whips and jingles

Withdrawal from alcohol or drugs. The whips and jingles can be agonizing. Hope you never have to experience them.
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jingle

1. n. a buzz or tingle from alcohol. This stuff gives me a little jingle, but that’s all.
2. n. a drinking bout. The guys planned a big jingle for Friday.
3. n. a call on the telephone. (see also buzz.) Give me a jingle when you get into town.

jingled

mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was a little jingled, but not worse than that.
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Now, thanks to the generosity of the Jingles carol singers, she has hope for her family and son Daudjan.
The melody for the jingle is too similar to a poem one learnt in music class.
Velvet is a material that was used in many early Jingle Dresses and a common material among the Ojibwa.
Jo Jingles, an internationally renowned child development company, provides interactive music and singing classes for children aged from three months to five years.
My son gets irritated when my phone rings but I ask him to understand the meaning of the jingle and not to go for the music.
Helen, whose three-yearold daughter attends the sessions, runs Jo Jingles classes in Heaton, Gosforth, Newcastle and parts of Northumberland.
A Radio 1 spokesman said the station had not received any complaints and added: "Greg presented his Early Breakfast show from BBC Radio Scotland this morning and played some of the jingles from the host station, including a news jingle, There was some lighthearted chat in keeping with the show.
She later got to try her own hand at creating memorable jingles while working in sales for the Icicle Broadcasting Company in Leavenworth.
Some listeners are able to see these jingles for what they are, but could it be that other listeners are so brainwashed by the jingles that they just accept them?
Echoing the protocols of these first powwows, the women's Jingle Dress dance style developed among the Ojibway Indians in the early 1900s.
The complete top 10 most recognisable advertising jingles are:
Corrina will need all her charm and humor to bring some warmth and life back to Molly and then Manny, and once she manages to do this (while inspiring a few jingles of her own), she will need plenty of grit and love to overcome the racial taboos against them becoming a new family.
Silver braids and silver jingles are a rare and beautiful sight.
The new allies will provide, from October, technological aid via Nokia's Web site ''Forum Nokia'' from which Faith will allow would-be developers to download ''authoring tools'' for composition of such jingles into their computers, they said.
To enter, teachers must submit a VHS videotape (no longer than three minutes) of five or more students singing one of the jingles, along with the official contest entry forms, which are available by calling (800) 672-2754 or logging on to www.