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  • n. anything that squiggles

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Examples

  • It's perfectly natural if he needs a little time to bond with the pink squiggler his woman has birthed.

    Susan Kuchinskas: Why Daddy Love Is Different

  • 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.

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  • By DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI and fan-fave squiggler LARRY STROMAN (X-FACTOR, TRIBE).

    www.hardwarezone.com.sg

  • 1357: Hibs midfielder John 'Squiggler' Rankin steps up to hit a free-kick, but it's better described as 'dribbler' than 'squiggler'.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

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