twizzle


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twizzle

(ˈtwɪzəl)
n
a spin or twist
vb (intr)
to spin or twist
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An absolute hero, Twizzle turned up one day at a finder's house, scared, hungry and weak.
| NEWCASTLE Hillsong lost 2-0 to Stockton Churches Portrack in the North East Christian Fellowship League's Premier Division - both goals in the first half from Lee Twizzle and Charlie Iverson.
The gathering of leaders and their supporters pirouette, twizzle, gyrate, twirl and whirl on the stages to a contrived gathering of cajoled and bribed supporters for two or three hours and the theatre moves to the next capital.
* Glide, axel and twizzle over the frozen water at North Park this Friday for Lincolnshire's Skate Night.
"Mixter Twizzle's Breakfast" is a curious children's tale told in fun-filled prose and colorful comic panel portraits of a small red demon monster who lives on stolen chicken eggs at Riverdale Farm.
Farnborough: 360 play activities - April 1, 11am: Mascots Twizzle and Twirl will hide their favourite things around The Meads shopping centre and visitors have to find them.
He scored The Adventures of Twizzle in 1956, also working on shows like Fireball XL5, Stingray, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and Joe 90.
Which will make Janice wish for a spaceship to twizzle in and take her away.
My new glasses are good for swirling so they're great for a shake and a wake which is my term for giving a wine a good old twizzle before you have a sniff and a taste.
In my day, there were only Twizzle, Torchy the Battery Boy and Bill and Ben.