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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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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
You will hopefully be rewarded with various sizes of Red Wigglers for summer fishing.
Wiggly Wigglers' managing director Heather Gorringe will appear with Phil Rothwell, Postcode Anywhere's sales and marketing director, for the seminar "Marketing in everything: why modern marketers need to be obsessed with the entire customer journey."
Authorities--maybe a Maggot Emergency Management Team?--later said the wigglers were coming from "spoiled meat" in a passenger's carry on.
Heather Gorringe, founder of Herefordshire gardening business Wiggly Wigglers, agrees: "Without technology we wouldn't be here.
Children up to the age of two, who are learning to crawl and toddle, are benefiting from Wigglers and Walkers sessions in East Durham.
She said: "We used to attend the Twinkle Tots sessions at Murton Children's Centre but now Che has turned one we come along to Wigglers and Walkers.
"I also made our confetti myself by drying flower petals from the garden, while my flowers were from Wiggly Wigglers in Herefordshire and were all British grown.
When using worms--hundreds of red wigglers, in fact, which make extraordinary rich compost--it's called "vermiculture." The site Composting101 is a good place to get you started.
If you took the left-hand path, you saw a compost heap filled with the living versions of the work's oversize mutation: actual Tennessee wigglers. At the end of these paths (which was also their starting point), the worm sculpture pierced several walls that divided the space of the show into compartments and organized the worm's open circular structure.
Heather Gorringe, managing director of Wiggly Wigglers in Herefordshire, gave the business perspective and, in particular, her desire for more rural businesses to use social media and the internet to develop their economies.
I ordered my worms online--$17 a pound for "red wigglers." I had no idea what that meant, but presumably they would be as competent at eating my trash as any other worm.