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flicks

(fliks),
Rapid, involuntary fixation movements of the eye of 5-10 minutes of arc.
Synonym(s): flick movements

flicks

rapid fixation involuntary movements of the eye.
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Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday announced that the state will abide by the Supreme Court orders on the controversial flick 'Padmaavat' and provide security to the cinema halls that will screen the movie.
I am convinced that because of my varied experiences I can not only carry out this exciting, multifaceted and forward-looking task -- but also bring fresh impulses to it," Flick said, adding that his "batteries are now fully recharged.
And, though that West Brom goal will always have a place in Perez's heart, it is the Barnsley flick that he will remember most fondly.
Chris His second pass was just as exciting, consisting of round off whip, double twisting double tuck somersault, three whips flick double twisting double tuck somersault to qualify in second place into the finals.
I started Flick Pixels with the constraint that they would need to be cheap enough to be manufactured competitively with the alternatives.
The level of interest and participation has been a surprise for me every year," notes Flick, adding that the sale has been featured on such high-profile outlets as CNN and Good Morning America.
And without even trying, you've got a neat little flick.
Popular Tamil actors Sathyaraj and Manorama are playing pivotal roles in the flick.
The flick is often performed after the round off and consists of two times: the first time you push whit the legs and then you put your hands back to the ground, in the second time you push by the upper limbs and then return to the position departure.
Louis Blues and center Rob Flick from the Chicago Blackhawks.
While working as a pickpocket, Flick is plotting his revenge against his abusive, all-powerful father and simmering with rage.
He actually "got his start" in sporting dogs with Weimaraners, and over the years in addition to the numerous trial wins he earned with his goldens, he also put hunt test titles on an English springer spaniel named Flick and a German shorthair named Erik.