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fat and sassy

Fig. in good health and spirits. She came back from her vacation all fat and sassy. Under Joe's care, the runt of the litter grew up fat and sassy.
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Sassy Girl website will launch in early February 2018.
She will suit a home with an owner that is used to cats of a similar nature and won't get offended when Sassy tells you off.
With the flirtatious filly and sassy goat on board, you bet they will.
Sassy, who spends 150 pounds-a-week on food for herself, wears a dress size 32.
Sassy Wilde's activism activities drive this fast paced story.
Both Bruno and Sassy have now been rehomed with caring owners and have put the weight back on.
Both Bruno and Sassy have been re-homed with caring owners and have put on significant amounts of weight.
BAAD BITCHES" AND SASSY SUPERMAMAS: BLACK POWER ACTION FILMS, by Stephanie Dunn, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2008, 166 pages, $20.
1 : being rude and disrespectful : sassy <a saucy manner>
On the bottom (from the left): Chave gets sassy in Diesel Femme's periwinkle skirt with fluttering lace hem and blue John Fluevog heels.
HAIRSPRAY is a feel-good fairy-tale that puts a sassy, hip-swivelling spin on the Cinderella fantasy.
In black or white, sassy or demure, designers have updated a timeless look with drop waists, lace-fringed hems, plunging necklines and lace belts.
In their book-length "love letter" to Sassy magazine, Kara Jesella and Marisa Meltzer write, "What Sassy did, as a mainstream magazine for teenage girls, was reimagine what it meant to be an American girl, and what it would mean to be an American adult woman" (p.
The narrator here is a brassy, sassy, likable, know-it-all kid who, in spite of her attitude, learns something new, and takes a stand.
To poignant Italian folk songs, sung in English and broken down into raw, sassy, abstracted syllables, the dancers sweep across the space in rippling lines, each crossing leaving behind a duet or trio of understated emotional candor.