- n. Plural form of tic.
“Tourette is characterized by tics, which include things like eye-blinking, head-jerking, eye-darting, shoulder-shrugging and yelling or throat-clearing -- all of it uncontrolled, according to the Mayo Clinic.”
“The number of rap-based tics is disproportionately large compared to the amount of time I actually spend listening to it. posted by Slimbolala link”
“Anyway, your point on the relevance to more recent politics is definitely more interesting.”
“Not the insect but a series of repeat involuntary muscle movements we call tics so this week let me tick off some information on this important topic.”
“I don't include any athletic "tics" -- pounding home plate X number of times, not shaving during the World Series, etc. -- because these actions might actually help an athlete get "set" for the game.”
“It also said there had been less "tics" - which stands for "troops in contact", essentially fire fights - than in an average day in Helmand.”
“All because of a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary movements, or muscle spasms, and vocalizations called tics.”
“Giving people the bird is another one of my involuntary movements, called tics, that pop up exactly when they shouldn't.”
“Like Durbin, Brandon has Tourette's syndrome, the mysterious neurological disorder that triggers involuntary movements and/or vocal outbursts called tics.”
“I love football and this is all about tactics, which is even more awesome.”
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