flick


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Synonyms for flick

click

flick through something

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Synonyms for flick

light and momentary contact with another person or thing

to make light and momentary contact with, as in passing

Synonyms for flick

a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible)

a short stroke

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flash intermittently

look through a book or other written material

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cause to move with a flick

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throw or toss with a quick motion

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shine unsteadily

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twitch or flutter

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cause to make a snapping sound

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touch or hit with a light, quick blow

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remove with a flick (of the hand)

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The result will be impactful from the end customer's perspective and will deliver more sales and profitability to our clients," said Tim James, COO of Flick Fusion.
The level of interest and participation has been a surprise for me every year," notes Flick, adding that the sale has been featured on such high-profile outlets as CNN and Good Morning America.
Kallum, a student at Parkside School, competed roundoff, flick, double straight, three whips, flick, full-in full-out tucked (new) and round-off, five whips, flick, full-in full-out straight (new).
Fibble - Flick 'n' Roll is available from the App Store for $1.
DISCO DIVAS Flick Colby, front, who died last month aged 65, with, from left, Louise, Andrea, Ruth, Dee Dee and Babs from Pan's People
The joint venture, devised to celebrate the latest British-built Astra model, is based around the public's top ten flicks filmed in the UK.
Staff at Croft Veterinary Hospital in Cramlington, Northumberland, were more than a little surprised when Flick was brought in last October.
The Revenue Service's position had been that, in accordance with a ruling by the Administrative Regional Court, Flick was considered a state official, since he was an airBaltic board member and therefore a public servant.
But Flick warns that does not mean they can afford to take Liechtenstein lightly on Saturday before turning their attention to the trip to Cardiff four days later.
The coffin, which was interred under heavy granite slabs in a graveyard near the Flick family's house in the upscale lake village of Velden in Carinthia, has gone missing after thieves apparently used special equipment and other sophisticated tools in the middle of the night to lift the heavy grave slabs - which reportedly have a weight of several hundred kilograms each - to pull the billionaire's coffin out.
The two gestures, ChiralRotate and Two-Finger Flick, are compatible with Microsoft Windows applications and can be used with any notebook or peripheral keyboard that integrates Synaptics' TouchPad touch-sensitive interfaces.
A little surprisingly Mallory's --continental--European chic flick chapter is not included in this category though arguably it belongs there.
They looked for possible buyers among their existing employees and found one in Linda Flick.
Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group of Companies, and Ontario Environment Minister Laurel Broten today launched FLICK OFF - a countrywide educational initiative on global warming that the two said is designed to motivate Canadians "to do something about it.
But the assistant had failed to see a flick on in the buildup to the goal and it was only after conferring with him that McDonald decided the goal should be disallowed.