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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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Once DIGIORNO reaches its goal of 46 flicks, Mohr will take the donation to new heights by personally contributing the additional funds needed to help Feeding America provide Half a Million Meals through its organization.
ONE OF the Bollywood heros is drawing the line at being inspired by Hollywood flicks.
The joint venture, devised to celebrate the latest British-built Astra model, is based around the public's top ten flicks filmed in the UK.
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.
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.
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.
Wolf Creek," one of those "inspired by a true story" slasher flicks, is what Roger Ebert called a `sadistic celebration of pain and cruelty.
Most kiddie flicks don't address environmental themes so directly, but because they personify animals they may lead to eco-empathy.
A fascinating tour of how Hollywood has glamorized and demonized motorcycles and the people who ride them, The Big Book of Biker Flicks is a welcome addition to personal and academic Cinematic History reference collections and supplemental reading lists.
While blaxploitation pictures ruled the urban grindhouses, providing heroes and myths for those trapped in the inner cities," he writes, "hick flicks dominated the drive-in circuit, bringing their own set of archetypal figures to flyover country.
After the reptile flicks its tongue to nab prey, it reels in the meal by scrunching the tongue back up.