from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In medieval and ecclesiastical costume, a hem or border richly decorated with embroidery or applied ornament of any kind.
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You would end up with mud on your pecker and possibly spyro-gyra as well.
It was Adrian Zmed's fault - he distracted me with his Solid Gold dancers and fancy gyra-tatin '.
The stock market's gyra tions these past few weeks are certainly inopportune for anyone trying to slow down calls for financial industry reform.
The resultant "Neverending" spyro gyra which he created undoubtedly qualifies as a sculptural work of art, but it is not clear how it works as a carrier of hard-cover books.