Yankee Doodle


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Yankee Doodle

Revolutionary War paean of American glory. [Nurs. Rhyme: Opie, 439]
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Philpott took the plunge and opened up his first Yankee Doodle Candy shop at the Metrocentre in Gateshead, quickly followed by another outlet in Newcastle's Eldon Square.
While my daughter was quietly shoving beads up her nose and playing doctor, I am ashamed to admit that, in between gazing out the window and trying to block out Yankee Doodle, I was checking the internet for traffic updates, texting my friends and reading the news.
With this huge portion of the local population online, area companies like Yankee Doodle Taxi have to ensure they can be found on the Web.
The student, who appeared on ITV's The Alan Titchmarsh Show with Black Jack, has high hopes that Yankee Doodle Dandy, which she bred herself, is another champion in the making.
Pete Smith and the company open with The Yankee Doodle Dandy and there's a fine performance from Helen Norgrove with songs from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, followed by Paul Bailey with Do You Love Me and Time of My Life (Dirty Dancing).
In the song Yankee Doodle - composed by the British to insult American colonists - Doodle puts a feather in his cap and calls it macaroni.
But back to the Yankee Doodle divers and their "death-defying journey into the twilight zone".
Canley-based, American-born Lori Ward who set up a part-time baking business Yankee Doodle Bakery with her husband Darren.
IT'S a Yankee Doodle Dandy way of advertising, according to the boss of a Flintshire-based business.
Yankee Doodle wasn't thinking about pasta when he stuck a feather in his cap and called it Macaroni.
Yankee Doodle Dandies can declare with pride that this is a country where you can hire 100 union musicians to sing about impeaching the president in the hallowed studios of Capitol Records, where legendary American Frank Sinatra downed highballs and charmed the dames with impeccable phrasing, and no jackbooted thugs or Mr.
The index is a wealth of names, places, ships, events, and such abstract concepts as food riots, tar and feathers, and the creation of Yankee Doodle.