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Tickle

To touch (the body) lightly so as to cause laughter or twitching movements. 2. a.

Tickle is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Tickle books and related discussion.

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Wiggles, Tickles & Rhymes
Why can't you tickle yourself?
REVIEW. NEUROREPORT. 0959-4965 Đ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Humour, Tickle, and the Darwin-Hecker Hypothesis
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Tickle went home'), and continue to the end if you have sufficient recording In his small house at the other side of the wood Mr Tickle was asleep.
Can a machine tickle?
that one does not laugh and smile when one tries to tickle oneself.

Suggested News Resources

Nasty bosses will tickle your funny bones
Festering sore of alcohol harm 'tickled'
"In response, politicians have tackled the festering sore of alcohol harm with a tickle, and in the process ignored the overwhelming voice of NZ'ers and groups representing families and communities who made key recommendations to the Law Commission.
L-Tido agrees to 'tickle' Botswana revellers
Co-founder of Galanga, a youth-driven local entertainment business, Mbano 'Remy' Nnyepi, has said that convincing South African Hip-Hop artist L-Tido to come for a show in Botswana is not easy.
Steve Scauzillo: Oh, the places you'll go for shade
But it can be a perfect time to catch a cool breeze in the late afternoon or evening that will serve to tickle the hairs on your sweaty neck.
The butterfly effect: For Howard Hoople, colorful insects tickle his fancy
By Judy Wakefield Staff Writer Howard Hoople is a butterfly aficionado who is all business when he talks about his passion. What would you expect from a man with an MBA from Harvard University?

Suggested Web Resources

Tickling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tickling is the act of touching a part of the body so as to cause involuntary twitching movements and/or laughter.
tickle - definition of tickle by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
To touch (the body) lightly so as to cause laughter or twitching movements. 2. a.
Starvival, Ep. 1 "$50 dollars to be Tickled for an Hour?" - YouTube
Jun 7, 2010 Danielle Barker responds to the weirdest ad on Craigslist. This ad involves a stranger's apartment, bed straps... and 1 hour of Tickling.
noctivityinc/tickle - GitHub
tickle - Natural language parser for recurring events.
How to Win a Tickle Fight - wikiHow
Aug 23, 2011 How to Win a Tickle Fight. If you're in a tickle fight, these techniques will help you win.

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