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twisted

verb
See kinky
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twisted

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. That chick is really twisted bad.
2. mod. suffering from drug withdrawal. (Drugs.) When you’re twisted, your head spins, and you feel like screaming.
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As we move from braided to twisted twine construction, we experienced a 23% (95% C.I.
Twisted Indian is a fast-casual, build-your-own meal restaurant concept, offering high quality Indian food using home-made recipes, all served in a contemporary, stylish and upscale environment.
5 5e twisted pair or its analogue 407 km, 98 000 byn2.
Twisted Tales is set to be a darkly comic evening of three short plays brought together by a team of writers and directors.
According to company officials, Twisted Cherries are the ideal addition to an adult ice cream sundae or summer smoothie, and can also be used in cookies, cupcakes, cheesecake, covered in chocolate, brownies or in classic cocktails like a Manhattan or Old Fashioned.
The first category consists of elements that are part of the part of conductor-and-support cable, twisted during previous operation.
A family owned business, Twisted Tomboy sells body care and beauty products on its website twistedtomboy.com, at Pak-It-Right and Gold's Gym in Wenatchee and at Sleeping Lady in Leavenworth, and at venues throughout Washington and other states.
[18] reports an application of a mathematical model of the heat transfer enhancement and friction factor characteristics of water in constant heat-fluxed tube fitted with elliptical cut twisted tape inserts using FLUENT version 6.3.26.
In the case of the T&T spindle, cost-effectiveness of the twisting system is clear, if one considers that with 25% less spindles the same production is achieved, with a cost per kg of twisted yarn inferior to the conventional 2x1 technology process.
Much like its predecessors, Twisted Metal straps you into the driver's seat in an array of heavily armed vehicles, ranging from police cars and Cadillacs to hearses and ice cream trucks.
The most striking revelation in Twisted may be the fact that a balloon-twisting sub-culture even exists.
The twisted graph has equation g(r, [theta]') = 0, which is the same as g(r, [theta] - t(r)) = 0.
YOU'LL goo crazy for a Cadbury Creme Egg Twisted - especially now every reader can enjoy this delicious chocolate bar absolutely FREE.
1 : to turn a part of the body around <She twisted in her seat.>
Twelve thin filaments of air twisted together are known as a multiple-spiral air twist; while a sharply twisted single filament is called a corkscrew - because that's what it looks like.