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catty

, cattie
a unit of weight, used esp in China, equal to about one and a half pounds or about 0.67 kilogram
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He was early and when he arrived my gran was playing Catty and Doggy with the children of her street.
CATTY PRICE Model leaves the studio still wearing her cheetah outfit.
If it went into the circle he'd be out," said Bill, "and if landed on the line he'd be penalised but if the catty was caught the batsman would be out and the player who caught it would take his turn at bat.
Ahlam and Mohammad have been good friends for some time with the Saudi paying the Emirati a visit to her home earlier this year, so no one was shocked that the catty singer wanted to defend her pal.
Walking right into the catty side of the high school social scene, Charlotte retreats to the school library, where she encounters Amanda.
Then I turned to my left and realised Catty had jumped up off the bench at the same time
I am an Arsenal fan and I keep on saying to Catty, 'One more year, one more year', like the Arsenal faithful used to do with Dennis.
Disgraced Moggi - the man at the centre of last year's match-fixing scandal - got catty as he bared his claws on an Italian chat show.
Now they're using catty comments, too, aimed at Birmingham girls.
Send your answer with your name, address and daytime contact telephone number to: Catty Comp, Wales on Sunday, Thomson House, Havelock Street, Cardiff, CF10 1XR.
But never mind, the catty comments make it all a great laugh