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- n. A small person
- n. A small fish, especially a stickleback
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a young person of either sex
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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The first to draw out a painted "tiddler" was Fred, and a gorgeous little fellow it was, with a throat of the most brilliant scarlet, shaded off into orange; while gold and green of the most dazzling lustres shone in the sun.
(Applying Tags can change the behaviour, look and feel, and function of both the plugin code and the "tiddler" objects that are being manipulated).
He putted out for a four just as Mickelson was missing a tiddler on the 11th green.
I remember putting on puppet shows in my neighbourhood as a kid, and making puppets and stuff like that when I was a tiddler at Lindfield Demonstration School.
The point about International Power is that, even with a market capitalisation of £5bn, it's a tiddler in an energy industry populated by groups such as E. ON.
Adding even a percentage point or two to market share would represent major progress if your starting point is a relative tiddler like C&G or Northern Rock.
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It was much simpler to copy/paste the information into a tagged tiddler along with the URL for the source than to lose the bookmark amongst the hundreds of bookmarks in my firefox setup.
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