Squiggly Lines

Squiggly Lines

A slang term for technical information. The term has a somewhat negative connotation.
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The controversial decision, made even more controversial because of odd squiggly lines drawn across the picture, took around two minutes to make and left players, pundits and supporters alike scratching their heads.
We both like pink and yellow and I like doing squiggly lines.
In these people, changes in vision may accompany their headaches, including blurry vision, sensitivity to bright lights or more dramatic effects such as seeing zig-zag or squiggly lines.
In its real world application, the UtilityScan's screen will show essentially squiggly lines that change based on the depth of the objects the radar signal bounces off.
Squiggly lines on Google Earth maps represent the movement of GPS-collared elephants in many African countries; the animals' perambulations are too slow to trace in realtime--unless an elephant's trace suddenly surges forward and then stops dead.
Carving squiggly lines into glass can actually toughen it up.
For someone who is not a fan of minimalism, the collection might seem only to be squiggly lines with intermittent appearances of letters from the Arabic language.
We can draw a lot of squiggly lines to put the players in a position where they can do their job, and then you have to trust that they'll do it.
Nowadays they are disposable and instead of a row of pens making squiggly lines on paper, it is all computerised and there is so much more we can do with the data we capture.
It looked absolutely disgusting, you could see all these squiggly lines.
Custom QR Code Stickers, those black and white boxes with the squiggly lines inside, carry digital information that can be scanned by smart phones to offer company news, promotions, sales deals and business information.
After a one week-treatment with estradiol-norgestrel combination for menstrual irregularity, she suddenly saw scintillating squiggly lines first and then, a scotoma expanding peripherally.