Swingle


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swingle

(ˈswɪŋɡəl)
n
(Tools) a flat-bladed wooden instrument used for beating and scraping flax or hemp to remove coarse matter from it
vb
(Tools) (tr) to use a swingle on
[Old English swingel stroke; related to Middle High German swüngel, Middle Dutch swinghel]

swingle


Past participle: swingled
Gerund: swingling

Imperative
swingle
swingle
Present
I swingle
you swingle
he/she/it swingles
we swingle
you swingle
they swingle
Preterite
I swingled
you swingled
he/she/it swingled
we swingled
you swingled
they swingled
Present Continuous
I am swingling
you are swingling
he/she/it is swingling
we are swingling
you are swingling
they are swingling
Present Perfect
I have swingled
you have swingled
he/she/it has swingled
we have swingled
you have swingled
they have swingled
Past Continuous
I was swingling
you were swingling
he/she/it was swingling
we were swingling
you were swingling
they were swingling
Past Perfect
I had swingled
you had swingled
he/she/it had swingled
we had swingled
you had swingled
they had swingled
Future
I will swingle
you will swingle
he/she/it will swingle
we will swingle
you will swingle
they will swingle
Future Perfect
I will have swingled
you will have swingled
he/she/it will have swingled
we will have swingled
you will have swingled
they will have swingled
Future Continuous
I will be swingling
you will be swingling
he/she/it will be swingling
we will be swingling
you will be swingling
they will be swingling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been swingling
you have been swingling
he/she/it has been swingling
we have been swingling
you have been swingling
they have been swingling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been swingling
you will have been swingling
he/she/it will have been swingling
we will have been swingling
you will have been swingling
they will have been swingling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been swingling
you had been swingling
he/she/it had been swingling
we had been swingling
you had been swingling
they had been swingling
Conditional
I would swingle
you would swingle
he/she/it would swingle
we would swingle
you would swingle
they would swingle
Past Conditional
I would have swingled
you would have swingled
he/she/it would have swingled
we would have swingled
you would have swingled
they would have swingled

Swingle

A flat wood member used to thresh grain. See also Swipple.
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Founded by Ward Swingle in swinging 1962, the London-based vocal ensemble specialized in instrument-free renderings of the vocal and instrumental works of JS Bach.
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Gary Swingle, Michelin tyre engineer, said, 'We took everything we learned at the track, including feedback from professional drivers, to create a tyre custom-tuned for Mustang GT.
A Westminster Abbey B St Paul's Cathedral C Windsor Castle D The Tower of London QUESTION 5 - for 5 points: What was the nationality of the Swingle Singers?
Using her own clinical observations, Swingle conclusively demonstrates that Internet addiction significantly switches brain function.
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The Swingles were originally formed in Paris in 1962 by American jazz musician Ward Swingle.
With an emphasis on attentional skills, Swingle (2008a) defined the role of neurofeedback peak performance training as "The training of the mind to become insulated from distractions while releasing the mind to be in synch with the energy of the universe.
Author Paul Swingle, a former professor of psychology and psychiatry in the US and Canada, now directs the Swingle Clinic.
It is worth mentioning that fruit grown on 'Cleopatra' mandarin rootstock exhibited a greater increase in ascorbic acid during storage than that grown on Swingle citrumelo rootstock (Figure 9).
The Singers, conducted by Alexander Douglas, dabbled in the chamber jazz stylings of Ward Swingle and fairly immersed themselves in the plangent choral writing of Morten Lauridsen.
The 2 White-footed Vole nests were identified based on the presence of freshly harvested Red Alder leaves on top of the nests, and 1 of the nests also had a few greenish fecal pellets (Forsman and Swingle 2006).