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tigger

(ˈtɪɡə)
vb
to damage (electronic equipment) beyond repair, esp as a result of tinkering
[C21: perhaps after the character Tigger, created by A A Milne]
ˈtiggered adj
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In the six-minute tape the youth is clearly seen lifting the brown cat, Tigger, off a fence and then giving it to his snarling terrier at 3.
My rabbit is called Tigger because she is stripey and she jumps a lot.
Meanwhile, little Roo goes out on his own, finds a Heffalump and learns that the wee creature is just as terrified of Tigger and Rabbit and Pooh.
A British man who was acquitted of charges he fondled a 13-year-old girl while dressed as Tigger at the Walt Disney World theme park says he wants to return to work, but not as a Disney character.
The acquittal followed a three-day trial in Orlando during which the defence lawyer for 36-year-old Michael Chartrand donned a Tigger costume in an effort to show jurors how difficult it is to manoeuvre and see in the outfit.
A BRITON man who was acquit ted of charges he fondled a 13-year-old girl while dressed as Tigger at the Walt Disney World theme park, says he wants to return to work -- but no longer as a Disney character.
SCHOOL life is just purr-fect for Ulster's oddest 'pupil' - Tigger the cat
But despite the exotic, it is the traditional names such as Tom and Tigger for cats which predominate in the third annual pet names survey conducted by flea treatment Frontline.
Morgans Tigger came from off the pace to take heat six in 28.
Turbo Tail Tigger: Turbo Tail Tigger bounces around on his coiled tail and sings his signature song, "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers" when his hand is squeezed.
Peter then raced back up the stairs to find the family cat Tigger.
Staff had ideally wanted to re-home them together, but an interested pet-lover has already reserved Billy but is not interested in taking Tigger.