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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Because of Raw Talent's success at Clifton Road and a high demand from parents ,we decided in February to open Raw Talent Teenies, a new group for four-toseven-year-olds.
We had a fair amount of interest upon initially voicing the idea of Raw Talent Teenies, and since beginning the programme, feedback has been very positive.
After our first very successful term of Raw Talent Teenies, we are beginning a new term, starting on Thursday, April 19, and will run every Thursday from 4.10pm to 5.10pm for a period of six weeks.
Find out more at www.roundmidnight.org.uk We think that Raw Talent Teenies is a brilliant opportunity for youngsters in Sutton Coldfield so would love for more people to know about it.
Its Teenies team, of under nine year olds, came third in the dance category while the adults team won first place in the dance and stunts section.
Being a fan of alliteration, I like to think the Teenies will be Tingly, but only time will tell.
In the UK it's very difficult to establish a toehold for all those worthy schemes to bring architecture to the teenies in our schools.
Parents complained to senior Gardai about the behaviour of teenies at several discos.
Because of Raw Talent's success and a high demand from parents it decided in February to open Raw Talent Teenies, a new group for four to seven year-olds.
After the first successful term of Raw Talent Teenies, the group is beginning a new term starting on Thursday, April 19, and will run every Thursday from 4.10pm-5.10pm for a period of six weeks.
Starting young: Josie Stringer, and Philip Hyde, directors of Raw Talent Teenies, with Olly Isham four, and Archie Isham, five.