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Teeny

1/16 or 0.0625 of one full point in price. Steenth.

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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The artist's untroubled creative id was particularly vivid in the dozens of discrete objects that populated a wall of small shelves, delicately cloddish sculptures looking like something from the workroom of Franz West's little sister: tiny houses and containers and doll-like protuberances, all made from ad hoc combinations of craft-basket bits and bobs in taffy pinks, baby blues, and creamy yellows, sewn and glued and pinned together, then sugarcoated with glitter and lace.
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Tiny said it will throw its full weight behind the platform and to continue to invest time, energy and capital into making Shopify the #1 choice for online retailers.
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In this article, we discuss how students can work in an engineering design setting to explore potential solutions for combatting veteran homelessness through the creation of small, scale-model "tiny homes" (Figures 1 and 2).
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