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tippy

said of wool that has an open loose tip so that weather stain goes a long way down the staple. May be a natural defect or be the result of a long period of heavy rain.
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Tippy is looking for a home after spending a week trapped in a rubbish truck
Consumers Energy's Tippy Dam, which serves as the only-known bat hibernaculum in the Lower Peninsula and one of the largest in Michigan, received runner-up honors for the WHC Bat Conservation Award.
She is the diva of the Dales, the Princess Tippy Toes of Soapland.
with Antonette G, the show also features Tippy Canoe.
He blew up at her two years later and called her Princess Tippy Toes.
Soon Megan is falling for the rebellious and sultry Graham (Clea DuVall); as a twosome the girls evoke drippy versions of Tippy Walker and Merrie Spaeth, the two romping gal pals of the beloved Peter Sellers comedy The World of Henry Orient.
He was arrested last February and the three greyhounds, Lively Tippy, Tuesdays Chick and Tuesdays Bounty, have been kept at the kennels of Portsmouth trainer Toni Tungatt since.
The new Tippy products follow Kenko do Brazil's "Turma da Monica" product line.
And then once you've thwhacked it a couple of times you have to try and tippy tappy it into a hole, which is also needlessly small, and often protected by tunnels, windmills and moats.
Last August, the utility installed an upwelling system in the reservoir behind Tippy Dam to benefit downstream fish species that thrive in cold water, such as brown trout and Chinook salmon.
Since when was it in the rules to score a 40-yard volley into the top corner rather than a tippy tappy tap-in?
While other fighting regimes et el eugiam, sequi te velit have all that tippy tappy nonsense, the cornerstone of Muay Thai is a hard, powerful kick with devastating effects - and an extremely specific technique.