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flicks

(fliks),
Rapid, involuntary fixation movements of the eye of 5-10 minutes of arc.
Synonym(s): flick movements
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The additional voice cast of the upcoming flick includes Jim Jefferies, Catherine O'Hara, Reggie Watts and Alex Borstein.
Flick's violent tendencies didn't seem likely to go away with age, both the prosecutor and his probation officer warned.
For example 1/24th of a second (24 frames per second or 24hz), is 29,400,000 flicks. Similarly, 1/120th (for 120hz) is 5,880,000 flicks.
Hansi Flick, a Bayern Munich and Cologne midfielder in his playing days, is joining Hoffenheim as sports chairman, several months after bringing his contract with the DFB football association to an early end because of "personal and familial considerations."
Back in November 2009, Perez scored with an audacious flick to open the scoring at The Hawthorns and really thrust himself into the limelight.
Charlotte Tilbury Feline Flick eyeliner pen PS22 charlottetilbury.com.
For his second pass he competed round off, flick, double twisting double somersault, three whips flick double pike somersault to qualify for the final in first position.
"This is a huge garage sale, and shoppers come from all over, even out-of-state," Flick said.
Tim, of Newton Abbot, Devon, said after the case at Exeter crown court: "It must have looked funny to see me leap into action as Herr Flick." Herr Flick was played by actor Richard Gibson.
Instead of using conventional electromagnets, the Flick Pixel system developed by Andrew Fentem uses the current in the tracks of a PCB to activate a simple open-loop control system.
If you try to keep the Jewish Sabbath, you might have heard of KosherSwitch, which is supposed to allow observant Jews to flick switches without violating Shabbat.