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  • v. Present participle of toggle.


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  • "Have you any idea what the result will be?" asked Pelham, who, in spite of the mutual "toggling," and the mutual assurances of good faith, had some doubts whether his rival would be willing to accept the result.

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  • The way his eyes flickered around the room was curious; one Guardian journalist described it as "toggling".

    The Guardian World News

  • Imperishable Night allows the player to control a team of characters, toggling which is active by switching 'focus', and also introduces a new level of depth to the Spell Card bonus system.

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  • In fact, I was able to send my TV commands that I otherwise didn't have access to with the device's include remote, such as toggling between just the component inputs.


  • An entire section is dedicated to rather common-sense items such as toggling the wireless radios on & off and lowering screen brightness to conserve battery power.


  • By "toggling" the wireless do you mean disconnecting and re-connecting. - Today's News

  • SimpleTap presents a grid-based menu overlay which allows users to access functions such as toggling the wireless radio on or off, controlling the microphone, previewing the camera, adjusting the volume or screen brightness, locking the screen or putting the PC to sleep.

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  • The scripts are really good and useful, especially if you want to make use of all the hotkeys for different functions, such as toggling WiFi, bluetooth and Webcam.

    Planet MYOSS

  • On Sunday, NBC did an excellent job of toggling between leaders Ricky Barnes and Lucas Glover and staying in touch with Phil and Tiger.

    Rain does not cloud NBC's coverage of U.S. Open

  • What should writers be mindful of when toggling between two markets?

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » AUTHOR INTERVIEW:Lauren Baratz-Logsted, part 1


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