TIGGY-WINKLE'S nose went sniffle, sniffle, snuffle, and her eyes went twinkle
; and she fetched another hot iron from the fire.
Puckett's high-energy percussion, the hard-driving chords of Brooks and LeClerc and Twinkles
soft and soulful voice have proven to be a magical combination.
And I've found the one that twinkles
When I miss and think of you.
Break out the chopsticks, and celebrate the Twinkie turning 75 with The Twinkles
Cookbook ($12.95, Ten Speed Press).
On April 6, Interstate Bakeries Corp.'s Twinkles
snack cake celebrated its 70th birthday with limited-edition packaging.
As the sample temperature approaches the critical point, "those twinkles
get slower and slower and more and more intense," Gammon says.
"Excuse me--is that a spinach on your tooth?" "Why no," you reply "It's Twinkles
dental jewelry by Extreme Dental Ornaments!" Faster than you can say "Ewwy," this bad fad from Europe has crossed the Atlantic.
All these planets have substantial magnetic fields, where interactions between spinning electrons and the magnetic field lines cause the "twinkles
" in radio waves passing through their ionospheres.
By locking onto these laser guide stars, astronomers can adjust their instruments to take much of the twinkle
out of starlight.