Teeny


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Teeny

1/16 or 0.0625 of one full point in price. Steenth.

Teenie

1. Prior to decimalization, one-sixteenth of one point. That is, if a stock price falls a teenie, it falls 1/16 of a dollar.

2. After decimalization, one cent.
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Teeny shifted the baby's warm body so it wouldn't roll off her chest and leaned over to search for the remote.
What Teeny and his friends had was a massive 400-pound great white shark that got tangled up in one of his crab pots and died.
Like us all, Teeny, you just have to growl and bear it.
It is not at all amusing to see Schwarz's dismissal of Duchamp's marriage in 1954 to Teeny.
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Leigh Dumighan launched the Teeny Weenies Bliss group last year to help city parents with premature or sick babies.
GERI HALLIWELL looked teeny teeny at the Brits but it doesn't seem like she's trying to stay thin.
LOUISA Lytton may have just quit The Bill, but she still makes an arresting sight - especially in her teeny bikini.
Rather than put teeny dresses on teeny hangers in teeny wardrobes, all she seemed to want to do when not watching Button Moon was to lie on her bedroom floor orchestrating, like some laid-back town planner, the careful parallel parking of teeny cars.
Mr Field and Knowsley North MP George Howarth are preparing a report on the problems on both sides of the Mersey They want to: n Give police wider powers to act as 'surrogate' parents to teeny trouble-makers.
We hear Jill was looking a little hot and bothered and is positively teeny tiny in real life.
They were just so positive that this little teeny movie they made could get Academy Awards that they got overconfident, which I also understood.