Captain Purnall presses a switch and our signal beam begins to swing through the night, twizzling
spokes of light across infinity.
Goose-stepping troops perform an impressive routine, but there's something about the twizzling
of their rifles which reminds me of Morris dancing at a country fair.
When did you ever see Sir Alex Ferguson twizzling
around with notebooks or confusing his players with dossiers of arrows pointing everywhere?"
Attack blanket weed by twizzling
it round a stick and using a special clearer - again, seek advice - that will not only kill it off but also prevent it coming back.
The other features mouthfuls of salt water, a perpetual twizzling
of the shoulders and the terrifying dependence on your own puny musculature to pull yourself free from a capsized kayak after a close encounter with a supertanker.
The last thing anyone wants is for bored workers to be sitting around, twizzling
FALLING SEEDS WATCH out for the little sycamore helicopters twizzling
around in the breeze, and ripe brown acorns being carried off by squirrels.
Riesling is perfect with food, not least spicy Asian prawns and noodles (that was me, sipping and twizzling
And around the 80th minute we had the sad sight of this tall, former basketball player twizzling
on the right side of Wimbledon's box and then passing (you couldn't say shooting) the ball towards Neil Sullivan between the posts.
A kitchen sieve works well to scoop duckweed, while a bamboo cane is perfect for twizzling
pondweed out of the water.
You could say to yourself you felt a bit of slithering and twizzling
about, but then you think it's only because you're thinking about them and what they're doing.
A kitchen sieve is great for scooping out duckweed, and a bamboo cane is a useful tool for twizzling
out wodges of blanket weed.