cutie pie


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cutie pie

[′kyüd·ē ‚pī]
(nucleonics)
A radiation dose-rate meter having a pistol grip, a plastic cylinder or barrel containing an ionization chamber, and an indicating meter mounted above the grip.
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Our best little girls Cutie Pie and Whitey, are quail-sized little hens that love to be held and petted.
He wore a bib with the words Cutie Pie written on it (the baby not my beloved) and never were truer words written when it comes to him.
And yet, lipsticked cutie pie or dazed killer, the antipodes meet in the eruption of violence onto and out of the feminine: Is the zone between kill or be killed what is deemed normalcy for women?
Senders range from prominent people and organisations, such as the earlier mentioned White House, the Education Officer of Birmingham, to cat lovers marvelling over the cutie pie pictures of his two cats on "My cats page" and people asking about gardening and food recipes.
Artist: Tesha Beaudry Okolowsky / the cute institute / Montreal, CANADA Artwork: Cutie Pie Original: Digital vector artwork.
SAVE: PS2 Pink Cutie Pie water bottle, Robert Dyas, Was PS2.
Notable tenants include Cutie Pie Baby, Baby Fair, My Boy Sam, Handcraft Manufacturing Corporation and Appaman.
Claire says he is a real cutie pie and truly Ireland''s Top Dog
Katie, 11, named the hedgehogs William, Cutie Pie, Pecan and Walnut.
A real wee cutie pie which, of course, had my hormones raging round my body.
Headquartered in New York City, Cutie Pie Baby has been selling clothes for newborns and infants for 25 years.
Americans have enough image problems around the world without foisting this mugging cutie pie on the unsuspecting.