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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'Why, don't I know my son, and don't I know that this is exactly the way to hold him?' 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.
He received a gold medal at the 1883 California State Agricultural Fair for a four-panel screen depicting mythical maidens--a Druid priestess, Spanish and Chinese women, and Caroline, "Princess of the Panamints." He took a silver medal at the fair the following year for a canvas based on the Bret Harte tale "Miggles," depicting an unlettered girl tending to an old friend wasting away from disease.
"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.