miggle

miggle

(ˈmɪɡəl)
n
(Games, other than specified) dialect US a marble used in games, esp one used as a target
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said Mrs Gowan, contemptuously; 'and do not these Miggles people know it, at least as well as I?
Michael@ Miggle M said: "Face is contorted into all kinds of different shapes.
So I'm turning away from the buzz of the tables like an electronic miliemeter is beating me back & i go back go back--hearing all th ese churchbells curling their long black metallic lollipop tongues > suddenly ringing in like the miggle of the night/& i stann for a wh ile in the cool of this sound against the soft vibration wall of the < doorway & at once I cd see why Asturias had leave me so astutely outside.
The material provides high impact resistance, the right mold flow, and a ribbed edging, plus it has good plating characteristics," says Steve Miggles of Henry Dreyfuss Associates, New York, which headed up the design project's day-to-day activities.