checky

checky

(ˈtʃɛkɪ)
adj
(Heraldry) (usually postpositive) heraldry having squares of alternating tinctures or furs; checked
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Try downloading an application that tracks your cell phone use like Checky. [3] You can use this information to set a specific goal of how many times per hour or day you allow yourself to check your phone.
Other tools are emerging in the form of apps such as Checky and Onward, which allow consumers to track their phone usage.
You could use an app like Checky (checkyapp.com), which records how often you check your phone each day to help deter you from doing so; the results can be frightening.
Y'know the sort; creeping vine leaves, checky table clothes and your lass being checked out by creepy waiters!
Hope she doesn't get too lonely CHECKY An app that tells you how many times you've checked your phone each day.
Checky Herrington, The school's emblem was placed in the center of the cake and was surrounded by white chocolate-covered strawberries.
David Edgar and Matthew O'Neil each posted a malicious comment on a Facebook page connected with Checky Watch, a site that focuses on ticket inspections on the Metro system.
THERE'S a neat little baby bump beneath Karen Harrison's checky dress - and she cradles it gently with obvious joy.
The checky D Brand advertising campaign developed by Bloomfield Hills-based Berline Communications, the Bureau's advertising agency of record, seems to be hitting the mark with a specific audience of "early adopters" (i.e., influential young people ages 21-34) in key Midwestern cities.
Checky Lou, a tiny King Charles Cavalier Blenheim spaniel, will be taken on "therapeutic" visits to homes for the mentally handicapped by the parents of Francesca Louise Guy.