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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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"[Attending Blue Hills turned] out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made," Tingle said in a podcast recorded for NASA (2017).
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Asked his advice for young Filipinos aspiring to become astronauts, Tingle said: 'Get a really good education.
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Tingle is free for download and is available on the App Store for iOS and on Google Play for Android.
Prior to joining Skanska, Tingle most recently served as vice president for UK-based Intelligent Engineering (IE).
The half-brother to dual Tingle Creek winner Kauto Star, who won the Tingle Creek twice, made a fine debut for the champion trainer at Down Royal at the start of last month.
But after being charged by police, Tingle went round to Mr Ivory's home to apologise and to offer to tidy his house and garden.
Both author Tim Tingle and illustrator Karen Clarkson are modern Choctaw people, who bring their personal life experiences to this work.
Forpadydeplasterer has not run since finishing second to Twist Magic in the Tingle Creek at Sandown on December.
Joseph Michael Tingle and Randal Leigh Torjusen, both of Pascagoula.