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- n. An alcoholic beverage.
- adj. drunk
- adj. tiny or little bit
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- adj. slightly intoxicated
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Dexterity: no mention about dexterity games, such as tiddly winks, jenga, or pick up sticks.
"tiddly" things do so often turn up trumps when you get your evidence into court. '
Well, she is, but Kenelm -- well, Kenelm's like a young one runnin '' tiddly 'on thin ice -- worse'n that, 'cause he can't stop on either side, got to keep runnin' between 'em and look out and not fall in. "
It is only the very small works, some with just half a dot on a tiddly canvas, that have a more sprightly, human feel.
The addition of one tiddly little grapple to allow it to be berthed (a bit - it's not a proper docking mechanism, not least because the CEV LIDS is still a bit inchoate) does not make JWST truly a man-tended design - it's just a big unmanned spacecraft with a handle.
How about biking or hiking or … tiddly winks? datingjesus
New tiddlies for each job listing, copy the content into the tiddly (in case it disappears), tag it with the status (sent resume, called, waiting, source of listing).
Sorry that I have an opinion that NASA should have a vigorous MANNED space program, go play with your tiddly winks you pompas ass!!!
The flakes are large, the size of a quarter or a tiddly wink token, floating gracefully and covering every surface in a white bridal veil.
The entire post was a pleasure to read and thanks for using the words tiddly wink.