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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Wigglesworth, Michael 1631-1705. English-born American cleric and poet whose works include the popular poem The Day of Doom (1662).

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  • Sarah Wigglesworth Architect Sarah Wigglesworth Sarah Wigglesworth - London Principal at Sarah Wigglesworth Architects Specializing in the creation of energy-efficient and sustainable buildings, without extravagant budgets, Sarah Wigglesworth has practiced mostly in the public sector since starting her firm in 1994.

    Living Architecture in Europe

  • "We need to adjust our thinking so that when we think recycled, it doesn't mean rough, or hairy, or horrible," says Ms. Wigglesworth.

    Living Architecture in Europe

  • Mark Hadden Photography Sandal Magna Community Primary School in Wakefield Ms. Wigglesworth views sustainability as one of the most interesting challenges that architects face today.

    Living Architecture in Europe

  • Chosen as one of the top 10 International Architects by Architectural Record, Ms. Wigglesworth and her firm have focused on working with U.K. municipalities to develop schools that cater to the needs of 21st-century students.

    Living Architecture in Europe

  • She doesn't reveal, however, if young Rory Ezekiel Wigglesworth has always been in love with Amy or if their relationship had to develop into affection over time.

    Doctor Who Boss and Karen Gillan on River Song, How Her Parents Met and Hitler

  • AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth Rupert Murdoch 's youngest son was reluctant to join the family business but was lured there by his father in the mid-1990s when News Corp. acquired Rawkus, the hip-hop label James started with friends after dropping out of Harvard.

    Younger Murdoch Guards His Spot

  • AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth Some members of Parliament have been accused of being too close to News Corp. while others are said to hold a grudge.

    Showdown Time Comes for Murdoch

  • "Neil and I came up with the idea of tossing a coin because we have played in strict rotation all season," said Wigglesworth.

    Saracens No9s will toss to decide Twickenham start against Leicester

  • The club's rotation policy has meant that De Kock and Wigglesworth have alternated in the starting XV all season.

    Saracens No9s will toss to decide Twickenham start against Leicester

  • The theory is that De Kock and Wigglesworth are similar players – the latter was signed from Sale for that reason – and disruption will, therefore, be minimal.

    Saracens No9s will toss to decide Twickenham start against Leicester

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