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squiz

(skwɪz)
n, pl squizzes
slang Austral and NZ a look or glance, esp an inquisitive one
[C20: perhaps a blend of squint and quiz]
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If you were hoping to fill the first few blank pages of the year with positivity, fairness and inspiration, a quick squiz at the New Year's Honours list is likely to snuff out your optimistic glow.
Other search vendors in the Big Data market include Coveo (founded in 2006 and originally focused on providing information retrieval for SharePoint installations), Funnelback (owned by Squiz, based in Australia), and dozens of analytics companies that bundle a search function with their solutions.
From a trusty stalwart such as Adobe to the scrappy niche players such as e-Spirit and Squiz, the ground beneath the feet of WCM vendors seems mostly to be shifting in the same direction.
A quick squiz at the rest of the tasting menu (pounds 75, or pounds 55 for three courses) seemed to back this up as, perhaps, did the fact that the restaurant's Michelin star gets only a quiet mention on its website - and that comes after the reference to its ranking as the UK's 38th best restaurant in this year's Good Food Guide, which refers to the kitchen's emphasis on sourcing ingredients from a "local network of suppliers".
In the first interview, the London Hotspots blog picks the brains of Stephen Morgan, Managing Director of the Squiz Group in Europe, about the company's unique open source business model and what's next for Squiz in the world of open source web content management.
Take, for example, Squiz, a Wellington based software company, which took only a few months after director Kathy Olsen had a 'summer epiphany' in 2006 to implement policies around waste, community relationships and transport, and went on to become winners in the regional Awards for the Get Sustainable Challenge for 2006 and 2007.
The index is a bit wobbly since entering RIBA produces a 1959 Pilkington movie of Geoffrey Jellicoe and Edward Mills taking a cautious squiz at a model of Motopia, a glass city which had all the roads at roof-top level--a proto-Milton Keynes with a grid and roundabouts at the intersections but all up in the air.
One squiz at the harbour, and he decided that this was the place for him.
Any quick squiz at the statistics would more readily inspire one to drink a lot of gin and give housework up altogether.
Out in the real world, executives turning up for a big meeting ill-prepared, hoping to busk it, armed with a prepared question designed to conceal the fact that they have only had a cursory squiz at the papers, are quickly found out and defenestrated.
We were both so excited about the birth of our little girl in one week's time - James always called her Squiz.
Squiz is a leading Content Management System (CMS) company.