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  • verb Present participle of flick.


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  • Pirbazari seemed to straighten up, a slightly defensive expression flicking across his face.


  • His greatsword flicking like a dragon's tongue, Kreig forced his way into a knot of mace-wielding soldiers.


  • Wren fought next to him, quick and agile, the blade of the short sword flicking left and right.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • "Yes, sir," Ferrol said, an odd expression flicking across his face before he turned back to his console.


  • The Iconfactory (and award-winning designer Louie Mantia), Ramp Champ takes traditional skee-ball and throws it down in a series of four stylized arcade games, based on the idea of flicking balls at targets of varying points.

    GigaOM Network

  • Andrew Galpin also broke the records on Thursday for the loudest clap (113 decibels), most baseballs held in a baseball glove (14), furthest coin flicking (10.64 metres) and furthest golf ball blow (5.835 metres).

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

  • I'm perfectly okay with some non-intrusive motion control, such as flicking the Wii remote to make Mario spin, but throwing my hands out in front of me to steer a car does not interest me.

    Pondering An Effort At Exercise Software

  • And the "flicking" of the shoulder was for the press.

    Clinton chastises press for ignoring sexism

  • BTW, you people listening to Geraldine Ferraro talking about Obama "flicking" his shoulders.

    Was The Media Unfair To Hillary? Here's Our Rundown.

  • Animals subjected to a rapid rise in temperature tend to display automatic reactions, such as flicking their tails away from a hot spots.

    Scientists Determine That Goldfish Can Feel Pain | Impact Lab


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