giglet

giglet

(ˈɡɪɡlɪt)
n
a flighty or giggly girl
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Scotland's low opinion of Johnson is probably due more to the items he included and which were either insults or had a negative connotation, such as lag, loon, scam bier, redshank, jilt, giglet, fren and drotchel.
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One - Giglets Education - is in the forefront of promoting online digital literacy resources to an international audience, helping children of all ages improve their reading and language skills.
" Giglets Education, another Ayrshire start-up, is also embracing the export opportunities for their new literacy and language skills offer in the edtech sector.
"Giglets Learning Cloud can be accessed on any computer whether PC or mac, on any tablet or mobile device that has internet connection," says Karsten."Once the business was established in the UK, export was the obvious next step."We recognised quite quickly that export represented a commercial opportunity and decided to take the plunge.
Giglets is part of a revolution in how educational services are sold."Edtech is the new buzzword - you see it happening in numeracy - maths programmes are very suitable for digital education and we are one of the first to edtech for literacy."
Further conferences are perfect for getting Giglets known and more contacts made."The benefit of being a technical service is that we don't have to deal with a physical product so it's much easier to deliver," adds Karsten.
The Scots businessman is now developing markets in Europe and the Middle East and is also looking towards America after an incredible first five years with Giglets.
Giglets now provide access to a cloud-based system of fiction and non-fiction stories, both original and those adapted from classic tales, along with lessons and resources to aid teaching them in the classroom.
The name of Craig's publishing company, Giglets, means giggling children and was coined by Scotland's most famous son, Robert Burns.