But there are a lot of us who just want to keep our rural lifestyle, and keep our land for our kids, and keep the ticky-tacky
houses and Burger Kings and parking lots at bay.
Levittown, it turns out, has been fertile ground not only for songs about ticky-tacky
houses but also for bingo, block parties, spouse-swapping and Zippy the Pinhead, who now reveals himself to be a native son.
Sixty miles south lies Santa Maria, which has suffered from a growth spurt that has brought on miles of ticky-tacky
Once viewed with disdain as ticky-tacky
structures, prefab homes and buildings are now sought as practical alternatives to traditional construction.
GRAHAM Brendan Rodgers must stop the ticky-tacky
system for the defence as evident on Sunday.
In a final display of shamelessness, the creatives even entice the aud to sing along for the ticky-tacky
finale, "Ticky Ticky Tock," which means everyone leaves the theater parroting the most jaw-droppingly bad lyrics to be heard on any New York stage.
There were some ticky-tacky
micro-initiatives - a million dollars here, a study there - but it was fluff, tinkering around the edges of a city government in dire need of an overhaul.
As the song has it, "All made out of ticky-tacky
and they all look just the same.
Meanwhile, the Cold War had begun, the old European avant-garde was dead or in exile, and ticky-tacky
subdivisions were springing up across Long Island.
WHILE we revival of the bringing more jobs surely we could there, done by a The ECHO picture building shows nothing grot-spot in the Concourse Tower, unimaginative slab, stuff", and another As the song has it, ticky-tacky
and they same.
It's just not fair when guys call ticky-tacky
Snyder began making a panel for him, collecting swatches from his kitchen curtains, fabric patterned with flowers like those in his garden and some cloth to represent his ``awful, ticky-tacky
collection of salt and pepper shakers.