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  • We go through the same manufacturing process steps and in the large diffusion machine or poggle diffusion or large anti-reflective coating device, once the wafer's inside it doesn't matter really what its size is but getting it to it requires a different means of handling, different conveyance. Home Page

  • Greek play, who, when he had heard one party to a suit, begged that the other would not speak as it would only poggle what was then clear to him. "


  • After a moment, as she did not speak, he went on, "Poor old thing, why did you poggle him so awfully, Bicky?

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  • Anglo-Indian origin, now rare. A crazy or foolish person, an idiot. Usage: "I can't quite make up my mind whether he is a genius, as some people seem to think, or only slightly poggle." H. GRAHAM, _Private Life of Gregory Gorm_ p. 229, 1936.

    February 7, 2007