fiddle-faddle


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Olga Cabral's The Seven Sneezes (1948) contains a plethora of sneeze words: a-choo, a-cha, a-chachoo, kerchaya, choo, buttonmyshoe, switcheroo, katchoo, katchim, katcham, katchibble, fiddle-faddle, skedaddle, fumadiddle.
Carousel will roast nuts for Lincoln's current product line which includes Poppycock, Fiddle-Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers.
Of course, we have this on-line fiddle-faddle, but you learn more about life on trains.
Now, we are all used to the fiddle-faddle of tickets and tokens for supermarket car parks and then having to wave your receipt at the man in the booth because you can't find either, but until this week I had not actually met the new pro-active, comes out of his hut and gives you a ticking off, version of the car park attendant.
Lincoln Foods is one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of candied pre-popped popcorn in the United States and Canada with a product line that includes Poppycock, Fiddle-Faddle, and Screaming Yellow Zonkers.
All the fiddle-faddle is over the remote prospect of evidence obtained by torturing Qatada''s former co-defendants in a proven terrorism case in Jordan in 1999, being revived if he is returned there to face further serious charges.
Lincoln Snack, which had sales of about $30 million in 1991, is a leading manufacturer and marketer of pre-popped candied popcorn in the United States and Canada under the brand names of Poppycock, Fiddle-Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers.