wiglet

wiglet

(ˈwɪɡlɪt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a small wig

wig•let

(ˈwɪg lɪt)

n.
a small wig, esp. one used to supplement the existing hair.
[1825–35]
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We collect 5001 pieces of raw data in a region in Beijing City (roughly latitude: 39.9141[degrees] N; longitude: 116.4050[degrees] E) from the website wiglet.net.
The other study, done by Michael Wiglet of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York and colleagues, looked at 887 families and put the number at 250 to 300.
Parker finds "discomfort" in Middleton's blend of morality and immorality, while Stephen Wiglet calls Middleton "agonizingly ambiguous," and John Jowett concludes, "Whether a religious perspective constitutes the ultimate truth may not be clear, for such habits of thought may, even to Middleton in early Jacobean England, have seemed in danger of becoming disturbingly beside the point" (26) Middleton has become an itch we can't quite scratch.
Janet Hall Wiglet starts it all off with her story of becoming a grandmother for the first time in Babies, Boredom and Bliss.
In Bubble Reef, children are taken on an underwater journey to meet characters like Wiglet, who draws numerals with his tail, and the Meemees, who are in a muddle and need to be sorted into the correct order.
With her upsweep hairdo, wiglet and hat adorned with feathers and plastic fruits, she was six feet tall and given to excess in speech and behavior.
Wronged by keystroke's sonic circumstance wiglet, lineage portrayed needless porch high-life as having yanked forth a minty cranial blast of untold purchasing power.
Also to be found in these sections are shampoos, hair conditioners, hair-coloring products, hair bands, combs, brushes and even wiglets in a variety of colors.
Whether it was the industrial-strength eye makeup, the cotton-candy wiglets woven together and teased into a cascading pink mane, or the helium-inflected Georgia drawl punctuated with babyish cooing and upper-register burbling, I was hooked.