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- n. anything that squiggles
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It's perfectly natural if he needs a little time to bond with the pink squiggler his woman has birthed.
At times, Gallacher was struggling to kick it past his back four, and Hibs substitute John Rankin, he of the famous squiggler, was trying his luck almost from the centre circle.
By DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI and fan-fave squiggler LARRY STROMAN (X-FACTOR, TRIBE).
1357: Hibs midfielder John 'Squiggler' Rankin steps up to hit a free-kick, but it's better described as 'dribbler' than 'squiggler'.