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wonky

(ˈwɔŋki)
mod. studious. (Collegiate.) You ought to get a little wonky yourself.
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Exotic hol can make you feel bit wonky, but do complain if it's serious
Get Wonky was born out of a desire to combat this reality.
The duo were inspired to start Get Wonky after hearing how naturally grown fruit is often discarded due to its frequently misshapen nature.
Wonky earned her name as a result of her head, which is tilted slightly sideways, possibly as a result of an early bacterial infection.
4 Sew together one set of wedges in correct order to make wonky unit that measures at least 9 1/2" wide (Photo D).
Thieves fled with Wonky the hawk and officers are now searching for the culprits.
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The initiative has also been championed during the latest series of Channel 4's 'Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast',' with the foodie stars challenging Asda to extend its wonky fruit and vegetable range even further, which led to the new development.
The initiative has also been championed during the latest series of Channel 4's Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast, with the foodie stars challenging Asda to extend its wonky fruit and vegetable range even further.
Known by Redcar steelworkers as Wonky Cat, the adult tabby- now called Sasha- has been their mascot since 2009.
Not all that far into the future, these wonky phrases will escape from editorial pages and policy papers to become the stuff of extortion, gunplay, and mob bosses.
I think politics really matters, but something's gone a bit wonky with it.
Under Alexander, the main change at Senate Health hearings may be a decrease in the number of wonky witnesses praising PPACA in vague, glowing terms and an increase in the number of wonky witnesses talking about how PPACA programs are actually working, or not working.
One of the really wonky but important questions for this discussion is: Are we set up to measure both the costs and benefits on climate correctly," Donovan said.