whirler


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Synonyms for whirler

a dervish whose actions include ecstatic dancing and whirling

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a revolving mechanism

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I often thought of the Water Whirler when reading Re-Inventing New Zealand.
* PMP Standard or PMPR Planetary Mixers, 0.4- to 5-yd.; PMPL with light execution gearbox, 0.33- to 0.65-yd.; PMPE with reduced diameter output, 2.5- to 4.5-yd.; and, PMPRE with whirler and reduced diameter output, 2.5- to 5-yd.;
Has Ali Salman, a renowned whirler and twirler and darling of the odd diplomatic set, got all the boys dancing with the fairies and seeing conspiracies behind every palm tree?
It has the advantage of being turned round and round like a whirler as the potter works on the pot.
QUEZALES UNTIDILY ACHROMIC FLEABANE FERMENTS (81) HAPHAZARD AQUILEGIA SUCCORING TAEKWONDO (77) SCOFFLAWS HYPEREMIA AMATIVELY HALAZONES (77) HAMADA EXEQUY MIZUNA PLEACH YESSES (76) SNIPPER NONHOME EIDOLIC ESERINE ZONATED EMETINE RESECTS (75) HARIJAN ATOMIZE WASABIS EXIGENT DYNODES (74) PRELATE SEMILOG HEEZING ACTABLE WHIRLER SYNDETS (74) REPAST EXARCH DUNKER EVZONE FIESTA YAREST (73) The smallest size having a unique highest-scoring grid is 6x2; of the 72,093 6x2's, only one achieves the maximum score of 37.
Funfair rides, including the Yankee Whirler, Dodgem Cars and a carousel as well as coconut shies and candy floss stalls kept the entertainment going for more than five hours.
Camera (FotoKem color), Jacques Haitkin; editor, Chris Worland; music, Louis Durra; production designer, Dan Whirler; art director, Paul Miller; costume designer, Amber Garcia; casting, Dennis Gallegos.