pipsqueak


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pipsqueak

n. a small or timid man or boy. (Also a term of address.) Shut up, you little pipsqueak, or I’ll hit you.
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Over the next 20 months they worked on developing Pipsqueak and along the way discovered that kids talking on a Bluetooth phone rather than cellular phones is a potentially safer alternative.
com said, "The politico-media establishment continues to look at him as an antiwar pipsqueak .
Because there are skinny little opposition runts who feel the need to express their sycophantic views about Billy on Billy's television networks, before you know it a tiny private stupid remark made by one pipsqueak and overheard by another becomes news for a day.
How dare these pipsqueak upstarts, some without even so much as four generations of landed wealth to their names, surpass the magnificence of Ye Old Money?
So any burst generated out there will come from really far away where we can detect it early, and it will be a comparative pipsqueak by the time it gets here.
WHAT is it about the bumptious pipsqueak of a Foreign Secretary William Hague, his boss "Call me Dave" Cameron and the Israeli puppet Obama that makes them think they can interfere in the governance of other countries?
He previously courted controversy when he branded Education Secretary Michael Gove a "miserable pipsqueak of a man" in the House of Commons.
Quest for Zhu(TM) stars the four original ZhuZhu Pets - Pipsqueak, Chunk, Mr.
There were dramatic scenes in the House of Commons when MP Tom Watson (Lab, West Bromwich East) called Mr Gove "a miserable pipsqueak of a man" and was forced to apologise.
uk/tv-listings OUTSIDE THE BUBBLE ''Michael Gove is a pipsqueak of a man, and he should resign' www.
It could have been a night when those who vote BNP because they feel other parties have let them down saw for themselves that Griffin was more pipsqueak than patriot.
A mother is killed in the crossfire and Smith goes on the run with her newborn infant, which he christens Oliver after Dickens's orphaned pipsqueak.
A couple of years ago I wrote an article that amounted to little more than a pipsqueak of protest at the ill-informed public prejudice against betting.
What if George Steinbrenner, who doesn't appreciate the drive for parity one bit, just keeps on raising his payroll and obliterating the pipsqueak opponents with their luxury-tax calculators?