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squishing

[′skwish·iŋ]
(computer science)
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Twisting and squishing your brain until you find the solution to more than 100 puzzles, a weird character called the Mannequin ushers you into his sinister world and challenges you to complete every brain-teaser on offer if you want to be free from The Curse.
Instead of squishing joint compound into the gap (it'll always crack), try this fix.
At first they roll down a hill, away from Spiker and Sponge's home, squishing them on the way.
We're urging readers to test this method using a "squash bug squisher" made of two boards hinged together, which makes the "squishing" part easier.
Before entering the tropical garden, visitors receive a cardboard field guide to help identify species as well as a warning: "Watch your feet; we don't want anyone squished," a museum guide advises with a chuckle, and everyone knows he's not talking about squishing humans.Inside the pavilion, visitors discover why this is one of the hottest tickets in town.
Wet the ends and roll back 1/2 inch of cut material tightly, then steam with an iron without squishing. 3) Slide scissors into the neckline and cut open without cutting off the seam.
After years of squishing everything into tiny clutches, big slouchy and practical totes are in
My pictures always came out kind of sloppy looking, and there would be splotches of Elmer's glue squishing out from between two sheets I tried to stick together--ugh!