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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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Facebook has invented a new unit of time called Flick which may turn out to be a boon for content creators.
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Some of the scenes appeared to be inspired from south Indian flicks, in particular Telugu films such as Mahesh Babu's "Okkadu" ("Pokkiri" in Tamil), Sunil's "Maryada Ramanna" and Karthi's "Bad Boy" ("Alexpandian" in Tamil).
The film, which is supposed to be a fast and furious action flick, will not be a copy of any Hollywood film.
VAUXHALL has teamed up with Visit Britain to create what they say is the world's first Brit Flick Pilgrimage.
Caine, who plays a magician in the flick called 'Is Anybody There', revealed that though he had worked in multifarious flicks, he had never shed a single tear on his flick's scripts.
This time, we want you to think about chick flicks.
Because there is sometimes very little suspense or surprise in chick flicks or chick lit, the films or books manifest the creation, deferment and realisation of hope in utterly predictable--and comforting--ways.
I never want to meet anyone named "Miss Congeniality" and when stars like Julia Roberts decide to make "issue pictures" like "Mona Lisa Smile," I take refuge in zit flicks like "Speed Racer.
South Staffordshire Council and Arts Alive are bringing Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End to Pattingham, as part of the Flicks in the Sticks scheme.
com has published its list of ``The 10 Worst Chick Flicks of All Time.