tic-tac


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tic-tac

 (tĭk′tăk′)
n.
Variant of ticktack.
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Perfect for your first tic-tac, first ollie, first carve and so on.
The Scottish striker was using tic-tac hand signals to relay the offers to his agent who in turn was using a pre-arranged sign to up the ante.
Para colmo, recibe en la emisora un sospechoso paquete de su acosador que emite un inquietante tic-tac.
The pundit, famed for his DEERSTALKER, tic-tac gestures and gold jewellery, tooK his former employer and TV production company IMG Media Limited to the tribunal, alleging his SACKING last year was motivated by age discrimination.
accepted, his style of dress, attitudes, opinions and tic-tac gestures were not in keeping with the new aims, and his opinions seen as arrogant and confrontational.
It is not him waving his arms around for tic-tac - that was a distraction.
Most of the nation were watching a Tic-Tac ad while Dan Gosling's late goal won that 2009 FA Cup replay at Goodison, but Evertonians will always remember the midfielder for it even if he left on sour terms in the end.
With this tie up, the key confectionery brands of Ferrero, Kinder Joy & Tic-Tac will be available in outlets across the island.
Buenos Aires-born Fernanda del Nido of Tic-Tac Prods.
Most take their discipline very seriously, practinsing daily to master classic moves such as the catjump and the tic-tac.
Resembling an oversized Tic-Tac dispenser, it has two spring-loaded flip caps that ensure that the two chambers and their contents remain free from moisture while the contents of your pack stay free from salt and pepper.
Gruesome tic-tac king John McCririck had the cheek to call Maggot 'the ugliest bloke on the planet' this week