cat's meow


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cat's meow

Something or someone highly enjoyable, desirable, or impressive, especially in a fancy or elaborate way. Tom's new Cadillac is really the cat's meow! Boy, that singer last night was the cat's meow, wasn't she?
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Cat's Meow is also the subject of Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
8220;For little girls and their mothers that are looking for nail polish, it's the cat's meow,” Polston said.
In short, Puss In Boots is the cat's meow and a film that is sure to leave studio bosses feline fine
Susie Holt's store, Cat's Meow, embodies her unique cottage style and has drawn a cult following across the country.
Eddie's breakout film role came as a sexy Charlie Chaplin in The Cat's Meow, released in 2001.
Maybe the little self-loader with pink plastic stocks just might be the cat's meow.
New Zealand distrib Rialto Entertainment has begun releasing films in Australia, offering such items as Peter Bogdanovich's "The Cat's Meow," Kiwi director Christine Jeffs' "Rain" and German import "The Experiment.
Stand-up funnyman EDDIE IZZARD is in the United States to promote his new film The Cat's Meow in which he plays CHARLIE CHAPLIN.
THE CAT'S MEOW (Lions Gate Films, November): Straight cross-dresser Eddie Izzard plays Charlie Chaplin in Peter Bogdanovich's exploration of the still-unsolved murder of Thomas Ince (Cary Elwes) aboard William Randolph Hearst's (Edward Herrmann) yacht.
Despite the "humor and/or fabrication" disclaimer at the end of the column, readers took the cat's meow as gospel truth.
A panel of judges determined who they thought was the cat's meow based on originality, relevancy of pet-inspired humor and, of course, crowd response.
If you don't buy the Cat's Meow of Holy Rosary at the Clinton Historical Society or Sunrise Boutique, then you are buying stolen property," said Robert Latini, of the Clinton Historical Society.
WHEN Circle Player Alex Howell decided a year ago to direct The Cat's Meow, he didn't realise that he would have two new productions at the same time - his wife Beth gave birth to their son Oscar the week before rehearsals began.
Popular in the 1920s, this expression, along with "the cat's meow," referred to the daring flappers described as "impossible to shock.
CORRECTION (ran 1/25/05): Cat's Meow Jazz & Blues will host a closing party from 4 p.