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auntie

[′an‚tē]
(ordnance)
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Last year, the studio held the Kinhom Tommuan Art Fest, closing the street in front of Auntie Tai's house and inviting local aunties and grannies to get involved.
I HAVE TO ASK THE QUESTION - DID/DO YOU HAVE ANY AWFUL AUNTIES AND ARE THEY RECREATED IN ANY WAY IN THE BOOK?
Or actually, make that the aunties of Manila; in the proper Chinese-Filipino tradition, any woman to whom respect must be accorded is automatically an auntie, and when it comes to credit card promos, airline sales, maximizing senior citizen discounts, checking the bill and finding discrepancies, and discovering new Chinese restaurants and lunch buffets, the Chinese aunties have maximum efficiency and dissemination skills.
The two older aunties have passed away now and it occurred to my sister and I that there is a very important history there and an important story.
He has tried it on with me, my mum and my two aunties (his wife's sisters).
I thought readers might like the first photograph of one of my Aunties (Aunty Iris Proud).
Nanna, Grandad, uncles Anthony, Glenn, Dean and Paul, aunties Sarah and Nat, cousins Keaton, Tyler, Leighton and Lacey x IONS Ron A loving friend, Ron, we will miss you very much.
These aunties and uncles who made up my familial world are the people I learned to depend on.
Broken hearted Nanna, Grandad, Aunties Tracy, Susan and Carol, Uncles Joey, Tim and Pat.
We're not the mother type, and we just adore being aunties.
It started going wrong when Granny and the aunties decided to teach Jesse how not to suck eggs.