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wiggler

[wig-ler] /ˈwɪg lər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that wiggles.
2.
wriggler (def 2).
3.
Southern U.S. an earthworm.
Origin
1890-1895
1890-95; wiggle + -er1
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  • Red wiggler earthworms devour food scraps and other wastes, such as paper, and turn it into nutrient-rich castings.
  • They work by sending a beam of electrons into an undulating magnetic field, called a wiggler.
  • Partial funding has been obtained for an elliptical wiggler that would provide circularly polarized light.
  • Beams of light are extracted from this stored electron beam through the use of bending, wiggler, or undulator magnetic devices.

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