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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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In the years to follow, Tippy stayed with us and has become almost as good as her mom.
Gretchen Ho played with the school's volleyball team while Tippy dos Santos performed with their band.
As fans remember, Tippy and the Colonel made their first appearance in (http://www.
Tippy is looking for a home after spending a week trapped in a rubbish truck
Steve is a model leader for PIA members," said Tippy, "Always taking time to foster the good image of both his own agency and the industry in his community, as a member of the Gateway Chamber of Commerce and serving as president of the Teaneck Chamber of Commerce.
Hallie needs to settle the estate of her estranged and recently deceased husband, so she leaves her art studio in Malibu Beach and travels to Tippy Canoe, Montana.
The former GMTV presenter famously fell out with Anthea Turner, whom he dubbed Princess Tippy Toes.
2) The American Red Cross honored the dog Tippy II Siwula as an animal hero during a ceremony in Valencia that also recognized local humans for their heroic activities.
Ms Pesticcio, known to friends and family as Linda, had just returned from her sister's house, where she had been for Sunday lunch and was on her way to bed on her stairlift with cat Tippy.
The various grades include SFTGFOP-1 (Special Flowery Tippy Golden Orange Pekoe), STGBOP-l (Special Tippy Golden Broken Orange Pekoe), TGOF (Tippy Golden Orange Fannings), and Dust.
The boxes are a hassle to use - tippy, hard to open, hard' to store, and impossible to reclose tightly.
Whether Tippy D'Auria is racing cars (something he did many years ago) or organizing the Winter Star Party (which he started more than a decade ago), he seems to live by the philosophy of the French writer Albert Camus, who said, "Don't wait for the Last Judgment - it takes place every day.