Catty


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Catty

A unit of weight in Taiwan approximately equivalent to 600 grams. It is used primarily in the sale of bulk foodstuffs.
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Realising the sisters' murderous plot had been rumbled, Catty bolted out of the house.
Catty - I saw The Lumineers, Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty at British Summer Time last year and I've not been the same since.
Cimerol said the Catty Corner, which is located in a 100-year-old building and had been known as the Catty Corner since the 1980s, always had a good reputation and he hoped to bring that back in its new incarnation.
Girl Wonder is clear, engaging, and easy to read, although some elements seem more junior high than high school, as high school is not as catty or divided as insinuated in this book.
"I actually took Catty and his wife to see my brother in Macbeth at the Globe, because Mike had signed his book for Christian.
"It is only a decision Catty can make himself, and whichever one he makes it will be right."
Disgraced Moggi - the man at the centre of last year's match-fixing scandal - got catty as he bared his claws on an Italian chat show.
They obsess over boys, hope for their first kiss, and get in catty fights.
Sellers in July 1983 were Charles and Mary Catty, $83,000; Patricia Carry Childs, $33,900; and Michael Carty, $33,000.
DECEMBER Just say "no" to being catty! The gossip set might be trying to pull you in like a mega-magnet, but resist the force.
She took to peppering her lengthy monologues with a trademark evil giggle when she let something catty or greedy slip out, and she has spent a lot of time solo-hosting Praise the Lord and the 30-minute "news" show Behind the Scenes.
Catty, HFCIC, National Science Advisor to the Prime Minister.