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dinky

Small and insignificant. A: "Geez, did you see the dinky engagement ring he got her?" B: "Well, he doesn't have a lot of money right now."

dinky

(ˈdɪŋki)
mod. small; undersized. I’ll take the dinky piece. I’m on a diet.
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The Dinky service will resume with a schedule similar to its previous operation prior to the temporary suspension.
| Chihuahuas Dinky and Doris and below, owners Kate and Fraser Mercer
It was nothing short of a miracle," said Lees, who had specially flown back from the UK to Dubai last week to launch a concerted search for Dinky.
This latest 'Dinky Toys' book has fascinating colour images of models throughout the range and is packed full of facts and information.
Who would think that only six years later, Dinky will be back in harness and rolling in money.
A French Dinky Simca Aronde Taxi Trade box went for PS1,080 after also being valued at PS500-PS700.
According to a release by the company, September 13 was the busiest day of the 'Dinky Getaway' with thousands of couples jetting off for the last of the summer sun.
And thank you, Jim and Dinky, for pointing me in the right direction!
Make sure Dinky always has access to a gnawing block, which you can buy at pet shops.
<<La mayoria de los DINKY tenemos de 25 a 35 anos de edad y percibimos sueldos medios o altos --anade Paty, la esposa de Carlos--.
They include train sets, Meccano, Dinky cars and trucks, marbles, rocking horses, building blocks and teddy bears.
With prices for general collectibles including dolls, Dinky toys, stamps, and comics rocketing in value by over 75 per cent in the last decade, specialist insurer Hiscox is urging everyone to keep an eye open for hidden gems buried away in lofts, garages and even bottom drawers across Britain.
Unfortunately, he was captured by hunters and carried on a pole into a dinky market town on agora day.
With this exuberant boyfest, Sameshima acknowledges that, ever since Mike Kelley put two stuffed animals on a dinky afghan with a boom box droning theory in his 1991 "Dialogue" series, theory has often looked down-home and craft has become a sign of self-consciousness.
Frank 'Dinky' Hextall, who was a Detective Sergeant based at Nuneaton CID when he retired in 1983, was an "old-style copper" who was highly regarded within the force.