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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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Mrs Tingle - formerly Natalie Clayton - is a member of Joint Enterprise: Not Guilty by Association (JENGbA) and has long campaigned for a change in the law.
Tingle Creek Chase, Betfred bet: 7-4 Vibrato Valtat, 7-2 Simonsig, 5-1 Sire De Grugy, Special Tiara, 14-1 Josses Hill, Mr Mole, Somersby, 20-1 Third Intention, 25-1 Savello.
Lifeline and On TracK drugs charities made many efforts to help Mr Tingle, who had sporadically attended help sessions.
Prior to joining Skanska, Tingle most recently served as vice president for UK-based Intelligent Engineering (IE).
With great pride, anticipation and excitement, Tingle has joined the elite ranks of the men and women working for NASA who probe the mysteries of the heavens, making immense sacrifices to serve this nation in a necessary but hazardous capacity.
The champion trainer is bidding for his seventh consecutive Tingle Creek triumph.
But after being charged by police, Tingle went round to Mr Ivory's home to apologise and to offer to tidy his house and garden.
I think the Tingle Creek was a great effort on that ground - he had good horses behind him.
But there was a little bit of a tingle in my stomach today that I haven't felt for four or five years.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Randal Torjusen, and her stepfather, Michael Tingle.