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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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KATIE Price turned into Catty Price yesterday when she appeared as a guest on Loose Women.
Then I turned to my left and realised Catty had jumped up off the bench at the same time
UAE singer, Ahlam, has made a name for herself with her catty online comments , posting snipey tweets and insulting stars on her Facebook wall.
Both Ms Catty and Mr Cotter have brought a wealth of experience to the Board and will continue to serve for a further three years until March 2016.
The crowd watching a game of Catty and Doggy at the Tonypandy Oval in 1926
The Catty Whack is designed to be placed on a floor or table.
Caught in the Catty Corner; Experts call it 'relational aggression' but adolescent girls say peers are just mean.
The people he flattered and fawned over in Life were Worked over by the catty B-side of his "pleaser" social mode.
I thought Catty played awesome rugby when he came on against Wales, and he did nothing wrong against France.
Sellers in July 1983 were Charles and Mary Catty, $83,000; Patricia Carry Childs, $33,900; and Michael Carty, $33,000.
Send your answer with your name, address and daytime contact telephone number to: Catty Comp, Wales on Sunday, Thomson House, Havelock Street, Cardiff, CF10 1XR.