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tweeting

Writing and posting messages on Twitter. See tweet and Twitter.
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It followed a vote by MPs to allow tweeting in the Commons, as long as they use "decorum", amid concerns it is too distracting.
I'll be tweeting from trade shows, conferences, and industry events that I attend.
JUST ABOUT EVERY ENTREPRENEUR HAS A TWITTER ACCOUNT THESE days, but tweeting effectively is what counts.
It was obvious from his tweets that he felt incredibly honoured to have been chosen (just like our Kammy!), so good for him, but perhaps a little less tweeting and a little more living would go along way?
Huddersfield Town's former Blues goalkeeper Ian Bennett, tweeting as BennoGk13, wrote: "People shouldn't forget what the manager, players and fans have done at blues this season."
The reason behind the clustering of the hourly change in geo-tweets in the center of the maps in Figure 9 is unclear given that tweeting occurs continuously throughout the day.
Contrary to the allegations which have been made, they didn't receive free gifts in return for tweeting or indulge in any kind of unlawful marketing promotion."
Last month, soccer enthusiasts simplified the editing of my follow list by tweeting expansively about the World Cup.
Lecturer Dr Cynog Prys, of Bangor University, is Tweeting sociology revision tips in Welsh to his students |