Performed under such conditions, the waggle
dance no longer made sense to its bee audience.
your club back and forth several times.
dance communicates the location of food in relation to what object?
the first novel by Tigan a published poet is the story of a game of golf and awakening social consciousness.
The dance encodes the direction and distance to the cavity, and the more enthusiastic a scout is, the more times she repeats her waggle
is a novel written by golf lover Joe Redden Tigan, for fellow golf lovers and suburbanites everywhere.
Our term for this is zoom (or Zing) Black Waggle
Dance is the unusual beer with the unusual name.
Two booklets are included, containing many photographs of the production, first-hand accounts and colorful anecdotes (the principal flute recalls that Klemperer "didn't really do any beating--he just used to put his hands up and waggle
Too often, such geometries have provided flashy architects with the power to waggle
themselves about, destroying human scale with blobs and other such snot.
I wonder if he will celebrate any 180s with the limp-wrist waggle
he used so famously against Sweden in the 1992 European Championships.
They include Youngs Waggle
Dance, Beartown Wheat Beer and Hop Back Summer Lightning.
December 21: Feast of the Guy who Just Had to Put His Fingers in Christ's Side, So Becoming the Patron Saint of All Who Waver and Waggle
in Their Faith, Which Is to Say All of Us (Thomas).
Not even Stevenson's demand that she regularly waggle
her fingers and fall to the floor fazed her.