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tingle

[′tiŋ·gəl]
(building construction)
A support used in masonry to reduce sagging in a long layer of bricks.
(design engineering)
A small nail.
A flexible metal clip used to hold a sheet of material such as glass or metal.
(engineering)
A patch designed to cover a hole in a boat.

tingle

1. A support which reduces the sag in a long line used in laying brick.
2. A flexible metal clip used to hold a sheet of glass, metal, etc.
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Mrs Tingle has been advised not to speak about Joe's case.
Un De Sceaux has been ruled out of Saturday's Betfair Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown
Tingle received his bachelor's degree in Architecture from the University of Kansas.
Tingle remembers that extraordinary day, June 29, 2009, very well.
In an astonishing display of forgiveness, Mr Ivory accepted the offer and let Tingle back in his premises to do some good deeds.
One of his chief rivals next week looks like being stablemate Twist Magic, who has won the Tingle Creek and Victor Chandler Chase so far this season.
Bridesmaids were Kristin Paige Baber, sister of the bridegroom, Carlye Elizabeth Torjusen and Tayler Alexis Tingle, both cousins of the bride, and Alison Clare Fox, all of Pascagoula; Jena Rae Clinard of Nashville, Tennessee; Katherine Leigh Sartor of Monroe, Louisiana; Katherine Renee Boleware of Texarkana, Arkansas; and Jennifer Ann Dunagin of Hattiesburg.
Tingle, a Choctaw storyteller, and Bridges, a Cherokee artist, have collaborated to produce a stunning picture book for children of all ages.
However, her grade in history is threatened by the cruel teacher Mrs Tingle, played by Helen Mirren.
After all, the titular Tingle is 35, single, infatuated with fairies, and never without his trademark green tights and red Speedo.
ALAN KING expressed his shock at Kauto Star's participation in the William Hill - Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown on Saturday.