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wiggler

[′wig·lər]
(nucleonics)
A system of transverse, periodic electromagnetic fields, generally used in a storage ring or synchrotron to increase the intensity of synchrotron radiation, increase reaction rates in high-energy physics experiments, produce quasimonochromatic photon beams, and amplify photon beams from other sources, as in the free-electron laser.
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Earlier this month, Wiggly Wigglers was crowned Central England British Small Business Champion
Heather Gorringe, managing director of Wiggly Wigglers, said: "Winning this award is a great team boost and will help us to reinforce our message of positive natural gardening.
Wiggly Wigglers has already gained recognition for its work by winning a Royal Horticultural Society Silver Gilt Medal, a Best Show Garden award and a National Farmer's Union award.
As well as supplying live worms for both composting and bird feed through mail order, Wiggly Wigglers has expanded to sell more than 600 environmentally friendly garden products, from beehive composters and natural pest control products to vintage garden tools, native-grown flowers and bird nesting boxes.
Lower Blakemere Farm, where Wiggly Wigglers is based, is part of the Duchy of Cornwall estate, so the company tries to buy as many flowers as possible from other Duchy Estate suppliers.
RATING: 1 M&S 94 per cent; 2 Teleflorist 81; 3 Next 79; 4 Lakeland 77; 5 Moonpig 73; 6 Scilly Flowers 70; 7 Waitrose 67; 8 Serenata 66; 9 Wiggly Wigglers 62, 10 Interflora 53
The worm farm is on the premises in a climate-controlled warehouse where they raise African nightcrawlers and red wigglers.
Hopefully she'll cut a dash like the wigglers themselves.
I repeated this process for a month or two while I was waiting for the Red Wigglers to become available in spring at the farm stores.
These smaller worms are commonly known as red wigglers.
The other pieces are good, old-fashioned finger wigglers, which feature brilliant tempi and require a fleet, clear technique.