CARING: Vicky still loves rescue moggie Smidge
Picture: STAN KUJAWA
Even Muriel, finally dispatched to silence, cooperates in the end; but first, there's a smidge
of blackmail, the bit about being related to Elvis, and a word or two (or a few thousand) about how families persevere.
look a smidge
different than when these veterans "enlisted" for a career in claims.
Which is why when you taste Scream Sorbet's version of peppermint chocolate--denser and creamier and more intense than any gelato, and with not a smidge
of dairy--you walk away scratching your head: How do they do it?
But who knows, maybe they would've hooked us on their own merits eventually, if only we had a smidge
more patience or imagination.
The man, weathered only a smidge
from him past life, reaches for his mail, only to find his first post-retirement job offer.
SPRINGFIELD - Dogs love to ride, but during a drive to run errands last year, Theresa Plata noticed that her 9-year-old black Lab/basset hound mix, Smidge
, had an extremely red eye.
(Most of the genetic material would be from the parents of the first fertilized egg, since mitochondria contain only a smidge
of genetic material.)
The Alpharma purchase makes sense for King, even if the Tennessee drugmaker has to boost its latest offer "a smidge
higher," said Corey Davis, an analyst with Natixis Bleichroeder Inc.
AIR TRAVELERS can be forgiven for not cheering the news from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics that flight delays and cancellations were a smidge
better for July (30.2 percent) than June (31.9 percent).
Everyone has at least a smidge
of a regional accent.
We want what we have, what other people have and just a smidge
Invest a smidge
of the rent money on this shrewd little guidebook and, broke or not, you'll soon be queen of the night.
If you are in the Northeast, for example, treatment may be a smidge
different than in the South or California.
Granted, it's only up a smidge
, from 20.8 in 2002 and 2003 to 20.9 in 2004.