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  • adj. comparative form of spiky: more spiky


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  • Some marketers may want to set the threshold to 10%, and others 5%, because some might want to monitor fluctuating conversion rates in the United Kingdom verses "spikier" conversion rates in Australia, explains Amy Chang, group product manager for Google Analytics at Google.


  • This supposedly sacrilegious remake sticks closely to Peckinpah's "nerd gets in touch with his brutal side" original plotwise, but sands down its spikier aspects.

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  • I only wish they make it even spikier for the shoot and movie, Alice is that crazy!

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  • There will be fewer manufacturing jobs on the other side of the crisis, and the U.S. economic landscape will be more uneven — “spikier” — as a result.

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  • Her white linen chiton was cinched at the waist by a thin silver belt, and her spiky orange hair was even spikier than usual.


  • These New Puritans, an English band that has just released its debut album, “Beat Pyramid” (Domino), played rock that was spikier than a bushel of sea urchins.

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  • There was not much room to go even shorter or spikier but I needed something to celebrate my coming of age.

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  • The beak's a little smaller than before (though purposefully more eagle-like than chicken-like) and he's spikier.

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  • What sets Best Coast apart is Consentino's voice; much like the material she's singing, apparently sweet and slightly vulnerable, but considerably spikier underneath.

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  • It's tinted dark and has a new 'do: a spikier mane.

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