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dinky

(ˈdɪŋki)
mod. small; undersized. I’ll take the dinky piece. I’m on a diet.
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Dinky had done the vanishing act when Lees and his wife Susan, 65, Dubai residents for five years, were returning to the UK for good on Emirates flight EK 011 with their other pet cat Cleo on July 27.
While he has no formal training in directing, Dinky said he was mentored by his close friend, actor Ronnie Ricketts.
Luke Gaskins, Head of Product Development & Delivery at Thomson, said: 'Last year we noticed a significant rise in couples heading off on a Dinky getaway and this year has been no different.
Heading for the train back to battered Barry we agreed that The Huntsman is a credit to Dinky Pooh.
lt;<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--.
It's clear that Dinky toys are going for not so dinky prices, yet so many gems are still hidden away in attics around the country.
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.
He's stranded in the graveyard shift at a dinky radio station by night and irking the staff of a roadside businessman's motel by day (one employee, amusingly played by Sally Phillips, laughs openly, frequently and witheringly at him), with only his bewilderingly loyal personal assistant Lynn (Felicity Montagu) to defend what honor he has remaining.
Mr Hextall - whose force nickname was Dinky because of his diminutive stature - died from heart failure.
The dinky little clamshell-like SV-AV35, on the other band, comes in silver, blue and orange and lacks the digital zoom, but does come bundled with a USB cradle.
Robert Kennedy's bizarre Dinky Menace video was a hilarious satire on the subject of Hollywood dreams and aspirations.
Greeley was followed by the Omaha store, which opened on May 3 in a former Hinky Dinky on the western fringe of downtown.
Adapted by Bob Eaton and Sayan Kent, the story - set in the 1920s - centres on a disreputable and flagging theatre concert party called the Dinky Doos.
Dinky as they are, these metal gears slightly outsize their better-known and more extensively studied silicon microbrethren.