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The NFL has precious little wiggle room if more teams suffer outbreaks, but on a league level, so far it’s a navigable situation.
Thinner margins accompanied by relatively high rates of debt provide less wiggle room if the properties, or the economy, run into trouble.
Some camps say even the current rules provide some wiggle room and they might choose to open regardless of whether they’re changed.
Surprisingly, one was a wiggle to only one side of the cell.
A truly all-terrain rover on the moon or Mars may need to put a little wiggle in its walk.
Oi know ye're there, fer Oi saw th' bushes wiggle a wee bit.
Hank, he's trying to look the other way, but that doctor won't let his eyes wiggle away from his'n.
The wiggle has to be three or four octaves above that before the nerves will have anything to do with it.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
They wear yearning facial expressions; when they start to walk, they do not walk, but writhe and wiggle.
I hold that natur haz its laws and programmy, all the wa down, from the biling over ov a volkano tu the wiggle ov a lam's tale.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW

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