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  • I laughed as I leaned back on the wall and knocked a picture frame squiff.

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  • She stayed away from the real thing because it made her feel loggy and squiff.

    The City Who Fought

  • "Gus is a good squiff," she said, "but I wondered if he'd ever go."

    The Unicorn Trade

  • I just never quite climb precisely all the way up my intended mountain - the route gets altered, or the mountain's a bit to the left, or some of the heather's squiff, if not actually broccoli when you look at closely.

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  • The only fuckers that are completely squiff are the wisdom teeth.

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