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Tired and wiggy from no sleep or at least not enough.
They'd had a bad experience with a homeless person, a year or so before, and he was still a little wiggy about it.
When they'd asked him about her chip, he'd gone wiggy and run off.
Is the president getting wiggy in the final days?
IT has been a heady, wiggy ride ever since.
She returns home less wiggy, and Homer and the kids survive (just barely) without her.
Black saps your strength and makes you wiggy.
Things get wiggy around the edges.
But one day he accidentally saw the unexpurgated version - which made him, in Capshaw's words, "extremely wiggy."
Two of the regular sketches were "Wiggy" and "The Detectives".
Well wiggy- wiggywagtail, and how are you,yaggy?
Except for Jim, and Jim Gardener had gotten just a trifle wiggy over the last three years or so.
You think Gard's getting wiggy but you're perfectly all right - isn't that also a sign that you're wobbling?
They aim to make them modest but not matronly and definitely not wiggy, the word Orthodox women use to describe the heavy appearance of wigs.
This group's specialty is, quite literally, wiggy humor, since each of the five Kids plays multiple roles and four of them cross-dress with goofy abandon.
This time he's kept the somewhat wiggy feel and the one-liners but streamlined the satire and woken up to the necessities of plotting and dialogue.
But rather than return to gritty guitars, Reichmann's latest project finds him concocting a wiggy stew of noisy psychedelia, glam, and R&B.
In this artifact, of course, "tenants" should be "tenets," but the inadvertent substitution does not conjure any wiggy images that detonate stomachs into a rolling boil.
Others said they thought the magazine had become too quirky - "high concept, strange, a little wiggy," one editor said - and that Hearst liked slicker, less unexpected magazines.
(Ages 5 to 9) This wiggy collection of Beat-style poetic riffs and mixed-media collages assigns unpredictable personalities to an unlikely spectrum of colors.
When I told him I'd written my version of the same story before he claims to have written his, and told him I could prove it, he got wiggy.
That was weird, and for a while he'd tried to console himself with the fantasy that they were just two kinks looking for a wiggy party, but he couldn't make himself believe it.
It also has spirochete ectosymbiotes embedded in its cell membrane, and together with its flagella these symbiotes give their host its characteristic "wiggy" appearance to grant it motility.
Reached at an airport in South Carolina, Mr. McCain was clearly hurt that people who had watched his 17-year career in the House and Senate were suddenly calling him wiggy.
While endlessly trying to solve for this lost love, the poems also swerve restlessly around X, mapping out the narrator's struggle for intimacy in a world in which his "alignment's gone wiggy."
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