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swirl

The irregular wood grain pattern that surrounds knots or crotches, esp. found in veneer.
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Carley goes on to invite guests to visit their favorite Red Robin restaurant for endless Mac It Yours and Swirly Twirly Pasta.
ZENA SAYS: My memories of patterned bed sheets are of swirly 1970s patterns and candy stripes, so I was pleasantly surprised to find these really pretty designs from an American company which ships to the UK.
We view and talk about many of Vincent's works as we read a book, Vincent van Gogh: Sunflowers and Swirly Stars, by Brad Bucks and Joan Holub (Grosset & Dunlap; 2001).
Pinkberry, a US-based company offering outlets for frozen desserts, has introduced the Pinkberry Swirly Gram for Valentine's Day.
I just wanted it to be round and swirly and fun because that's what a dessert shop should be," Andi said, wearing an apron that seemed to match the store.
The swirly, scarlet design of the can is attractive but maybe not bold enough to stand out against the harder block colours of Tango and Pepsi, for example.
This means I'm in a constant state of vigilance for the Sneaky Cream, the bit of swirly cream that restaurants drop onto puddings unannounced.
The new Yankee Takeaway Favourites range reflects the latest brand styling, which features a swirly stars & stripes logo and stand-out packaging.
THERE'S something about frilly detailing that just oozes femininity - the girly, swirly fabrics and the way they hug your curves make them one of fashion's most forgiving of styles.
FlotardAAEs voice wants to be heard, not lost in swirly atmospherics.
This succulently indulgent and gratifying swirly goodness can be further accented by choosing a wide variety of rich toppings, ranging from fresh fruits to Belgian chocolates.
Woolworths swirly green branding, launched in August 2008 and still being rolled out in stores around the country, is intended as a W , she said.