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  • 1 twits — twɪt v. tease, taunt n. instance of teasing or taunting, gibe; place of weakness in a thread of yarn; stupid person, silly person, fool (Colloquial) …

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  • 2 TWITS — …

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  • 3 The Twits —   First edition …

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  • 4 The Twits — (Die Zwicks stehen Kopf) ist ein Buch von Roald Dahl, in dem skurrile Einfälle, eigentümliche Wendungen in der Geschichte und detailreiche Beschreibungen der Ekelhaftigkeit seiner Protagonisten bis an den Rand des guten Geschmacks gehen. Handlung …

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  • 5 Dithered Twits — The comic strip Dithered Twits by Stan Waling was a weekly panel published through Tribune Media Services. It appeared in over 40 college newspapers, but is no longer published. External links http://members.iquest.net/ waling/twits.html A former …

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  • 6 Upper Class Twit of the Year — The Upper Class Twit of the Year is a classic comedy sketch that was seen on the TV show Monty Python s Flying Circus , and also in a modified format as the finale of the movie And Now For Something Completely Different . It is notable for its… …

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  • 7 Fred Negro — (his real name) is an Australian satirist, musician, songwriter, and cartoonist. Born in Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, he has fronted numerous rock or country bands, with local success, including:*The Editions (drums) *I Spit On Your …

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  • 8 Muggle-Wump — is a fictional character in the form of a male monkey that appears in some of Roald Dahl s books for children, and the Muggle Wumps refers to his family. It is not clear whether each central Muggle wump that appears in each book is the same… …

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  • 9 Die Zwicks stehen Kopf — (Originaltitel: The Twits) ist ein Buch von Roald Dahl, in dem skurrile Einfälle, eigentümliche Wendungen in der Geschichte und detailreiche Beschreibungen der Ekelhaftigkeit seiner Protagonisten bis an den Rand des guten Geschmacks gehen. Die… …

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  • 10 Roly-Poly Bird — The Roly Poly Bird is a fictional character, that, like the Vermicious knids and Muggle Wump the monkey is made reference to in more than one child s book by Roald Dahl in two cases alongside Muggle Wump. He is described as large, with… …

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  • 11 Roald Dahl — in 1954 Born 13 September 1916(1916 09 13) Llandaff, Llandaff, Wales, United Kingdom Died 23 Novembe …

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  • 12 This Morning with Richard Not Judy — Genre Comedy Starring Stewart Lee Richard Herring Country …

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  • 13 Takeover Radio — Infobox Radio station name=Takeover Radio airdate= 5 March 2002 frequency=103.2 MHz area= Leicester format =Youth Pop owner = Takeover Radio Children s Media Trust website = [http://www.takeoverradio.com www.takeoverradio.com] Takeover Radio is a …

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  • 14 Les Deux Gredins — Auteur Roald Dahl Genre Jeunesse Version originale Titre original The Twits Langue originale Anglais Pays d origine …

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  • 15 Twitter — Twit ter, n. [From {Twit}.] One who twits, or reproaches; an upbraider. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 Beavis and Butt-head — Current title card Genre Comedy Format Animated series …

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  • 17 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory — This article is about the novel. For other uses, see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (disambiguation). Charlie and the Chocolate Factory   …

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  • 18 To Kill a Mockingbird — For the film based on the novel, see To Kill a Mockingbird (film). To Kill a Mockingbird …

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  • 19 Leslie Phillips — Infobox Actor name = Leslie Philips caption= Phillips at the Orange British Academy Film Awards in February 2007 birthdate = birth date and age|1924|4|20|df=yes birthplace = London, England spouse = Penelope Bartley (1948 65) Angela Scoular (1982 …

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  • 20 Muggle (disambiguation) — Muggle or muggles may refer to: Muggle , a person without magical abilities in J. K. Rowling s Harry Potter fantasy books and films. The term was later adopted by various subcultures to identify those outside their group or lacking in a skill.… …

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