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  • But I'm surprised that as many as a third of you could see ᶇ, n with a hook, and that a quarter of you could see ᵰ, n with a niddle tilde.

    Poll analysis

  • Remember the part in the bible that says, “A camel could pass through the eye of a niddle easier than a rich man could entire the kingdom of heaven”.

    Think Progress » Claiming God’s Support, Conservatives Push Massive Budget Cuts

  • I don't know why we had the appearance of Plastic Man in the niddle of it.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • The congress are the vets, and they sorta keep sticking the wrong niddle at the dogs, instead of getting them on a very thick leash.

    Think Progress » Bush ignores thousands of Americans.

  • But we all know that terrible tower of silver which now stands niddle-noddling with its appendages of flags and spears on the modern wedding breakfast-table.

    The Duke's Children

  • "It is 'Bentley's Mislany' you mane?" says Ignatius, as sharp as a niddle.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • Just as he was wishing himself the little Prince of Wales, to drive about in a goat-carriage, and wondering if he should not feel very shy with the three great ostrich-feathers always niddle-noddling on his head, for people to know him by, his mother came from washing up the dishes, and saw him deep in the reveries little boys and girls are apt to fall into when they are the only children in a house.

    The Grey Woman and other Tales

  • “It is ‘Bentley’s Mislany’ you mane?” says Ignatius, as sharp as a niddle.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • I was in Rome travelling with my father at Easter; and the trembling figure of Christ’s mother was borne niddle-noddling along the streets; there went by also the stricken figure of Christ in a glass case.

    The Waves

  • The card-table was an animated scene to watch; four ladies 'heads, with niddle-noddling caps, all nearly meeting over the middle of the table in their eagerness to whisper quick enough and loud enough: and every now and then came Miss Barker's "Hush, ladies! if you please, hush!

    Cranford

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  • "Another often asked question is about the first shot of the jet in the film: Why are there no cars on the other lane when we saw them gridlocked there in a previous shot? The truth of this shot is simple. This was one of the last shots completed and it just never turned out the way it was envisioned. The addition of the traffic was intended to be added as a final polish. Unfortunately, too much time was spent trying to get the over-all shot to look right. The deadline came up and this was used as it was. We understand now why George Lucas always wants to go back and niddle his Special Edition films."
    - 'Ooops, I mean, we meant to do that', 405themovie.com, cited 19 Feb 2009.

    February 19, 2009