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auntie

[′an‚tē]
(ordnance)
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We showed Noah the video when he came round after the op and he was smiling Alison Ruston, Noah Cunningham's auntie
Originally from the Hokianga, Auntie Vera helped establish the country's largest urban marae, Pipitea Marae, in 1980, and has been involved in Arohata Prison and special education.
By 1991, Auntie Anne's had sold 4 million pretzels between its 90 locations across 12 states.
But you must be fast, because when the bell goes off at 12 noon on Sunday, you are in competition with all the other aunties, who have been scoping out the buffet since they walked in 15 minutes earlier.
June, dearly loved and treasured sister, auntie and great auntie.
I don't know how I would play a Jon Santos version of an 'Auntie Auntie,' so just probably expect the Epi Quizon version.
amp;#8220;Valentine's Day is the perfect excuse for couples to escape to the Great Smoky Mountains for a few days,” said a spokesperson for Auntie Belham's Cabin Rentals.
It was during the terrible times when Auntie Wen had enough sesame and garlic to drown a pancake (I don't know how that girl got the stuff) and had my dad stick a sign to the gate, the red paint scratched to a cardboard: A REVOLUTIONARY EDUCATION is ON THE STREETS, the torn board becoming unstuck from the rusted iron and drifting to a row of white blossoms on a blackened scholar tree.
Auntie Boo also reinforced in me that, if white women have choices, then so should I.
HarperCollins said Awful Auntie will be Walliam's seventh fiction title for children.
Currently one of the few primarily mall-based QSR brands in the loyalty space, Auntie Anne's partnered with MICROS Systems, Inc.
Albert and Michael drove past the now- current Auntie Mae's building every day until one day a "For Lease" sign quickly designated their new location.