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auntie

[′an‚tē]
(ordnance)
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The Sugar Plum Lemonade Mixer joins an existing array of Auntie Anne's famous lemonade mixers in assorted fun and fruity flavors including Blue Raspberry, Cherry, Mango, and Strawberry.
My grandma refused to go in the cellar and Auntie Doris was a big lady so there wasn't much room.
For the full Gatlinburg Valentine's Day vacation guide, please visit Auntie Belham's Website at http://www.
The launch of this mobile loyalty app also enables Auntie Anne's to evolve beyond the transaction at its counters.
Lately, however, Auntie Bea had become a little sad.
Dearest Auntie Fori is short as histories go, particularly one as long as that of the Jews, but it is very interesting and will be enjoyed by those who know little of Jewish history as well as those well versed in the subject.
When they arrived, Auntie said, "Would you like to see my garden?
Sadly Auntie Sheila was busy filming in Manchester.
The first time we came back to the United States, the terms grandma and grandpa confused my sister and me: We kept calling them Auntie Grandma and Uncle Grandpa because that's how one referred to relatives.
Epossumondas used to go see his auntie most every day, and she nearly always gave him something to take home with him.
Building on its popular iced beverage, Dutch Ice, Auntie Anne's, the popular pretzel shop chain, is launching a line of Dutch Shakes and Dutch Smoothies, forming a new Auntie Anne's Dutch Treats product line.
Actually, this particular auntie mugs me every year for the same amount of money - and there is nothing I can do about it.