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Look up, speak nicely, and don't twiddle your fingers all the time.'
For recreation he could twiddle his thumbs and speculate on the thoughts which must agitate the minds of the generals.
Such is the force of habit, that even in the midst of his terror he began mechanically to twiddle with his hair, and arrange the cock of his hat.
Cheap Peach Music Festival Tickets are available on: Tickets4festivals Following is a Day-to-Day line up for the festival as well as the After-Midnight sets: Thursday, July 19th: Twiddle, Pigeon Playing Ping Pong, Turkuaz, The Marcus King Band and Cabinet.
The bird, now named Twiddle, was discovered after it flew in to the van's radiator in Denny.
The five pupils from Llay CP School have made twiddle blankets and mitts for the residents of Pendine Park in Wrexham.
Jam band Twiddle, on its fall tour with the Kitchen Dwellers, will play Sunday at Hi-Fi Music Hall.
Residents, team members and volunteers at the home, which provides residential, nursing and dementia care, raised the funds by hosting raffles, fetes and selling homemade blankets, twiddle muffs and cakes for the charity.
A twiddle of Eric's famous glasses as he peered at Ern's head, followed by a helpful adjustment of his alleged wig, had us gagging for breath.
San Francisco, CA, May 17, 2013 --( Twiddle Games, Inc., a Seattle, Washington based startup, is proud to announce the release of BeeLine for the iPad.
Conflict-free parallel memory access scheme is adopted and ROM-free twiddle factor generator is proposed in our paper.
The pair won the competition, sponsored by Briggs Priestley Ltd, with a 15-6 victory over Roger Gray and Jean Twiddle (Kingston) at Kingston BC.