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tin·gle

(ting'gĕl),
To feel a peculiar pricking sensation.

tingle

(tĭng′gĕl)
A prickling or stinging sensation that may be caused by cold or nerve injury.
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Tingle's video visit from space wasn't the first time since he graduated; he was the keynote speaker at the school's commencement in 2012 and, when he was informed that he would be going up on the ISS, Tingle asked Blue Hills for a lightweight memento to take with him.
Tingle and Pearson had a grudge against Mr Petty, believing he had taken money from one of their contacts.
Tingle also sent birthday greetings to Harold Bryan Paler, one of the engineers of the Philippine Microsatellite (PHL-Microsat) projects, more commonly known as Diwata-1 and Diwata-2.
The announcement about Tingle and Levyne includes a statement from Harrison.
"We've taken the view that the Tingle Creek is more likely to be an option for Un De Sceaux and it's unlikely they'll both run in the same race."
Tingle's commitment to creating an enjoyable, safe, and comfortable dating community extends throughout its build and in features like: Radar.
Tingle will be stumping for laughs when he visits The Willows at Worcester, 101 Barry Road, for a free performance at 7 p.m.
Lifeline and On TracK drugs charities made many efforts to help Mr Tingle, who had sporadically attended help sessions.
He was over 19 lengths behind Henderson's charge in the Tingle Creek and subsequently won the Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton.
Tingle has worked in the architecture and construction industries for more than 30 years, and for the last 23 years, he has focused primarily on large-scale sports construction projects.
PAUL NICHOLLS has revealed Kauto Stone will only line up in tomorrow's Sportingbet Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown if conditions change.
James Tingle broke into Stephen Ivory's home along with two others and they helped themselves to various valuables.