Artistically presented, with two neat discs of browned cheese (the right sort of modest size too, not the great mouth-glueing slabs you get at some places) at a rakish angle on a tasty mix of artichoke and the teensiest
weensiest baby tomatoes I've ever seen.
I'm sure it's marvelous but I'm so enchanted by the beautiful scenery passing before my windshield that I can't bear to stop for even the teensiest
second, unless it's for something to buy.
Scientific." (Sometimes the teensiest
difficulty with that last word.) Thick and vicious white boys could derive obscure consolation from the fact that their tribe, at least, was rated the brightest or the brighter.
DOT'S not allowed to play the lottery, but she insists she's not even the teensiest
bit jealous of her winners.
Anyway, I just have to follow her, in the firing line, potty in hand, as she toddler ates her way all over the easiest to stain parts of our house, hoping -- nay, praying -- that she gives me the teensiest
warning before the flood comes.
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AFTER the revelation in the Record yesterday that the picture of US Democrat presidential hopeful John Kerry with 'Hanoi Jane' Fonda was fake, we're beginning to have the teensiest
doubts about this latest release from American sources.
Might he not just have the teensiest
influence on his playing partners, as would the massive galleries who follow the world No.1?
Of course it's all just the teensiest
bit contrived but as a record to while away the long rainy days of summer, you can't do much better.
She achieved the impossible by making me feel the teensiest
bit sorry for swindling telly evangelist Tammy Faye Bakker.
But when the European side is led by gambling-mad Sam Torrance, when at least two of the European players are committed punters, and when at least one of the European caddies donates half of his earnings to betting shops, wasn't there just the teensiest
chance that the bookies would be taken to the cleaners?
And isn't it just possible that, in losing that shared community of square-eyed telly addicts, we have lost just the teensiest
part of ourselves?