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  • noun Plural form of tickbox.


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  • As someone who occasionally watches over the fax machine for recall notices, it makes me smile that one of the tickboxes on the recall form is “Poor behavior”, and that it is the one usually ticked.

    Criminals Insist On Being Naughty SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG Inspector Gadget 2009

  • Our ticket for the tour was a coaster with tickboxes on it: identify beers, pour beers, a present.

    Work outings « The expat numbat: from AU to NL 2008

  • The funny thing is that it's been negatively reviewed on SF sites for, well, not ticking the right SF tickboxes.

    Andrew Crumey: Mobius Dick Michael Allen 2004

  • My mental tickboxes during a busy day were - and are:

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed 2011

  • I would like to allow my users (let's call them "Consultants") to post their Schedule of Availability on their profiles - these would be 21 custom boolean fields, each day there would be Morning, Afternoon, and Evening tickboxes, which you check if you are available then. wahba 2010

  • P.S. I'm not ignorant to the obvious 'psychopathic' undertones to this message, hitting or hinting at many of the tickboxes shown in the little pseudo-test above, and no doubt many of you teen-angsty types will assume I'm lying.

    Comments for Damn Interesting Lyzbeth 2010

  • You can also use lower display settings by selecting the tickboxes for

    PC Plus 2009

  • The Basic view lets you turn features on or off with tickboxes.

    Web User : Internet & Technology News 2009

  • I waited, so it would be hypocritical for me to make fun of the Color tickboxes, though I'm tempted. Jim Henderson 2009

  • You can also use lower display settings by selecting the tickboxes for

    PC Plus 2009


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