Some articles on whirl, whirls:
... Since 1927, Sellner has manufactured more than 1000 Tilt-A-Whirls ... A new Tilt-A-Whirl costs in excess of USD $300,000 to purchase ... The oldest currently operating Tilt-A-Whirl is a 1927 model, still traveling with Tom Evans United Shows in the midwest ...
... Whirl-Y-Gig is the longest running world music dance club in London ... Whirl-y-Gig is hailed as one of the central venues for people from London's alternative community ... Whirl-Y-Gig also appears at festivals, showing both live bands, who are mixed on the spot by DJ Monkey Pilot, or DJ sessions ...
... variation of the move which sees the wrestler being held and spun into a tilt-a-whirl by the opponent, and when the wrestler reaches a point where he is horizontally positioned against the ...
... WHIRL Magazine is published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ... WHIRL has grown from one magazine into a publishing company with multiple titles, including Edible Allegheny, the resource for local food, the semi-annual WHIRL Wedding Guide', and ... WHIRL was founded in 2001 and has the mission of showcasing the positive aspects and lifestyle of Western Pennsylvania ...
... A fire whirl, colloquially fire devil or fire tornado, is a phenomenon—rarely captured on camera—in which a fire, under certain conditions (depending on air ... Fire whirls may be whirlwinds separated from the flames, either within the burn area or outside it, or a vortex of flame, itself ... city-sized firestorm and produced a gigantic fire whirl that killed 38,000 in fifteen minutes in the Hifukusho-Ato region of Tokyo ...
More definitions of "whirl":
- (verb): Revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis.
Example: "The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy"
Synonyms: spin, spin around, reel, gyrate
- (noun): Confused movement.
Example: "He was caught up in a whirl of work"
Famous quotes containing the word whirl:
“Rub a half potato on your wart
and wrap it in a damp cloth. Close
your eyes and whirl three times and throw.
Then bury rag and spud exactly where they fall.”
—Richard Hugo (19231982)
“Children are incurable romantics. Brimful of romance and tragedy, we whirl through childhood hopelessly in love with our parents. In our epic imagination, we love and are loved with a passion so natural and innocent we may never know its like as adults.”
—Roger Gould (20th century)
“Dizzily down the abyss he wheels
So fell Darius. Upon his crown,
In the midst of the barn-yard he came down,
In a wonderful whirl of tangled strings,
Broken braces and broken springs,
Broken tail and broken wings,”
—John Townsend Trowbridge (18271916)