Teenie


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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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Management at Teenie Weenies confirmed an internal investigation will be carried out.
Photograph by Charles 'Teenie' Harris of children buying candy floss in 1945 and a political poster from 1949
What happened next is part Teenie's story, part Tony's story, and part what I myself observed from the 'signs' left after the event.
"He had an equal opportunity lens," recalled Teenie's son, Charles Harris.
Silvery Festuca glauca 'Elijah Blue' fills the center, while purple fountain grass, hens and chickens, a silver-leafed hebe, and 'Teenie Genie', a slow-growing dwarf Syzygium (also sold as Eugenia), grow around it.
One Shot Harris: The Photographs of Charles Harris Photographs by Charles "Teenie" Harris Stanley Crouch Harry N.
By far the best looking record I got this week was by a band called Harry Balzagna and the Teenie Weenies.
Charles "Teenie" Harris (1908-98) was hired in 1939 as a freelance photographer for the Pittsburgh Courier, a widely circulating African-American newspaper.
He was Charles "Teenie" Harris, photographer for the prominent black weekly, the Pittsburgh
Though principally a vehicle for Japanese teenie idol Rena Tanaka, 19 at the time of shooting, this is an involving, and finally very moving, study of people coming to terms with their past and moving on.
This vitality stems from the unusual compositional method: rather than choreographing the piece from start to finish, Taylor solicited chunks of material from six of the company's dancers that he then "amended and combined," as the program puts it, in addition to choosing the loony songs that accompany them--"Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini," "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose its Flavor (On the Bedpost Overnight)," and the like.
Toots wraps his warm, throaty pipes around cuts like the coiled upbeat "Knock on Wood," the introspectively perco"Love and Happiness" and the gospel- driven fervor of "Love the Rain." The rhythm section, led by stalwart Memphis guitarist Teenie Hodges, slinks and bumps and pumps it out to make your backbone slip, and the Memphis Horns deliver their razor-sharp lines with swagger and sweat and just the right hint of menace.