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  • She enjoys crocheting tiny “fidgit bears” to help her very active students focus in class.

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  • Since I have never used a tree stand, I put up one of those pop-up blinds and decided since I had the extra coverage I could fidgit a little more.

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  • Saw at least two folks nearby lean down to check and fidgit with their watches, trying to make the near-digital whining go away.

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  • Sea-serpent of history is no other than the Great Glass Sea-snail that the fidgit told us of.

    The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

  • But still John Dolittle worked on, trying his hardest to understand the fidgit's language, struggling to make the fidgit understand him.

    The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

  • The fidgit has promised to tell me the story of his life.

    The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

  • After he had listened to the crabs for a while with no success, he put the fidgit into the tank and began to listen to that.

    The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

  • It was, as the fidgit had described, deep and bell-like.

    The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

  • If however you are the kind of person who likes to systematically pair up icons in the hope that you get a new icon then this is for you! fidgit. com - No, it's not Firefly.

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  • Wonky electro/fidgit house ..... yes yes yes yes Datafeed and UK data supplied by ProQuote.

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