Sippy

Sip·py

(sip'ē),
Bertram W., U.S. physician, 1866-1924. See: Sippy diet.
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Honoured with a Padma Shri, Sippy has attained legendary status with his memorable film Sholay (1975) and later the popular serial on Doordarshan, 'Buniyaad' (1987), based on the Partition of India.
Veteran filmmaker Ramesh Sippy, who directed the classic blockbuster Sholay and tele-serial Buniyaad, will be conferred the first Raj Kapoor Award for Excellence in Cinema, an official said on Monday.
Others mocked him for drinking "like a four-year-old from a sippy cup".
He may do better in this sphere EYECATCHER Mrs Sippy (7.
Chosen from a total of 190 entries, Qpal, Bebuzzd and Sippy will compete against entrants from the wider MENA and Levant region and Pakistan, for the opportunity to secure funding of up to $50,000 to develop their ideas after the October 11th conclusion of the initiative during the GITEX Technology Week conference in Dubai.
Contract awarded for event plastic 2591/16 sippy cup lid 8 oz.
49 for a set of two and designed for children age 12 months and older transitioning from sippy cup to straw.
The top male stars generate much greater returns than the female stars; that's why they get paid much more," says producer Pravesh Sippy.
WHEN it comes to defining the kind of music they make, Rishi Sippy and Aashish Gupta try to set no boundaries.
The Start of Things is the second solo children's music album by Alison Faith Levy, formerly "Sippy Alison" of the kids' indie band "The Sippy Cups".
The group was referring to the DOH administrative order titled, "Prohibition on the Manufacture, Importation, Advertisement and Sale of Polycarbonate Baby Bottles and Sippy Cups Containing Bisphenol A in the Philippines," a draft of which was released in 2013, but has yet to be signed and implemented.
Slowly one morning, literally over sippy cups, I'm running [around] making lunches, I said, 'Where are the sippy cups?