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teensy-weensy

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Once there was a girl named Gigi who lived in a little house with her Mama, her dog Gingersnap, and her teensy-weensy hamster Miss Princess.
And, occasionally, teensy-weensy mistakes creep in.
After 4,447 tries (OK, that might be a teensy-weensy exaggeration), this is what I wrote:
Okay, now that I've made my point, I'll admit there is one teensy-weensy flaw in the argument.
There is even, theory suggests, a specific, teensy-weensy time interval in which continuous time does not occur (5 x [10.
To be honest, you sound a teensy-weensy bit shallow to me.
For a while there, Bush the Two was running into a couple of teensy-weensy stumbling blocks trying to pawn off his new improved Iraqi invasion plans to any and all appropriate buyers.
But it is all a teensy-weensy bit over the top and this Forest Of Eden would not look out of place on the set of Jack And A Beanstalk panto.
Notwithstanding Norman Mailer's clever coinage of the word, factoid has begun to mean, as you saw it in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, a teensy-weensy fact.
After the uproar following Russell Brand's performance as guest editor of the New Statesman I expected something a teensy-weensy bit controversial.
Although, returning to the subject of pet hates, why do some restaurants bother with those teensy-weensy pedal bins that look as if they have to be emptied every 20 minutes?
OK, he's only softened a teensy-weensy bit and I wouldn't overstate the change.
The teensy-weensy home aficionado teamed up with (http://www.
Boston increased its wild-card lead on the Rays to two games, and the Sox are just one teensy-weensy game out of first place in the AL East.
Methinks he's guilty of just a teensy-weensy bit of exaggeration there.