auntie


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auntie

[′an‚tē]
(ordnance)
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'Since our inception in 1988, Auntie Anne's has been focused on our community and caring for others,' said Heather Neary, president of Auntie Anne's.
In that meeting, we asked Auntie Cory, 'May pag-asa pa ba ang bayan natin?'
Starting in his home town of Frodsham on Sunday, July 28, the 37-year-old has vowed to cycle all the way to his auntie Anne Ross' grave in Ullapool in the Highlands of Scotland by the end of Wednesday, July 31.
Rather than show gratitude for the woman's gesture, the "auntie" then bitterly mutters in Taiwanese dialect, "If I didn't teach her, she wouldn't do it."
"Alex Asks About Auntie's Airplane Day" is an Easy Reader story about an Anglo American family's celebration of the Adoption Day or Airplane Day of a boy's adopted aunt who was born in Korea.
In 2008, Auntie Dolores (Auntie D) was founded in San Francisco and became one of the first five medical cannabis companies in California.
'I don't know, but I tend to believe the academic's version,' said the 69 year old Auntie Air, true Chiang Mai native who today lives in the same house her great grandmother built.
Norma is my mam's cousin, Violet is her auntie. IF anyone has any details please contact me.
However, I wouldn't place any bets on Awful Auntie being the success Gangsta Granny was.
"She is very close - she absolutely adores her Auntie Sally," Vanessa said.
Plus, I'm the auntie who sends presents in the "big aeroplane" which arrive in their post box a few weeks later.
I've inherited both you and auntie's relative hairlessness.