;D ;D It has been almost 4 months since I was on Egytsearch. Then, there was regular ES and this site, Reloade. I can imagine the drama that has occured in my absence. However, I don't want to bore anyone. And we have more serious toics to discuss. Kee up the goodwork.
twin·kle (twngkl) v. twin·kled, twin·kling, twin·kles v.intr. 1. To shine with slight, intermittent gleams, as distant lights or stars; flicker; glimmer. See Synonyms at flash. 2. To be bright or sparkling, as with merriment or delight: eyes that twinkled with joy. 3. To blink or wink the eyes. See Synonyms at blink. 4. To move about or to and fro rapidly and gracefully; flit. v.tr. To emit (light) in slight, intermittent gleams. n. 1. A slight, intermittent gleam of light; a sparkling flash; a glimmer. 2. A sparkle of merriment or delight in the eye. 3. A brief interval; a twinkling. 4. A rapid to-and-fro movement.
flick·er 1 (flkr) v. flick·ered, flick·er·ing, flick·ers v.intr. 1. To move waveringly; flutter: shadows flickering on the wall. 2. To burn unsteadily or fitfully. v.tr. To cause to move waveringly. n. 1. A brief movement; a tremor. 2. An inconstant or wavering light.