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A 10 percent gain off of diddly-squat is still in the neighborhood of diddly-squat," Conerly said.
Collectively, this took about a week; and achieved diddly-squat.
The Bears may have great tradition, great players, a great ground and a great academy but all that counted for diddly-squat during the post mortem of their terrible summer.
Since I'm getting paid diddly-squat for counseling in the office anyway, I might as well go forth and embrace that community pediatric perspective at a few meetings out of the office where I won't get paid anything.
Though it's hard to imagine a Flanders-free diddly at this point, the word has a history going back to at least 1964, according to the Random House Historical Dictionary of American Slang, with diddly apparently evolving from words like diddly-shit and diddly-squat.
ZILCH, zip, bubkis, goose egg, diddly-squat, nada, jack.
I don't know what else they did besides psychological testing, but psychological testing in itself is going to tell you diddly-squat.
Seven internationals, [euro]50m annual turnover, [euro]100m stadium revamp, Champions League group stage ambitions and Legia Warsaw were on course to get diddly-squat for it.
IL, nothing, zip, zilch, zero, nought, love, diddly-squat.
I knew absolutely diddly-squat about the era, because it was not something that we did at school.
What the parentals were discussing had diddly-squat to do with organs of the tune-playing variety.
Whether this makes diddly-squat difference to the people of, say, Lodge Lane I don't know.
Its role is still the same as before: pretty much diddly-squat.
Anyone who joined up between 1989 and 1991 receives diddly-squat.
All of which means diddly-squat to Cal State Northridge, which is already in a precarious situation a week into the Big Sky season.