throbber


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throbber

(ˈθrɒbə)
n
any person or thing that throbs
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They'd be happy to stick a mugshot of Jeremy Clarkson on their shirt if the big Top Gear throbber stumped up enough readies for it.
26 -- The feature was first spotted in a Chromium and Canary build, the Animated Audio indicator in each tab is expected to have a throbber animation that will cycle over numerous frames on a bitmap.
On an average overflight, a Heart Throbber took anywhere from six to twelve photos per target, depending on the target and his confidence in getting the required coverage.
Ito & Ran Shani Aviation AGREAT blend of tech house and minimal, this deep throbber mixes obscure basslines with light stabbing synths to great effect.
For the first time in Scottish football, a match official was equipped with a gadget known in the telecom trade as a throbber.
crowded at the party, where Vinnie's band, The Throbbers,
Her silky, sexy voice lends itself perfectly to crossover club throbbers such as Take It Like A Man and the sublime I Get Around.