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cheesiness

The characteristic of a partially dried paint film which results in tearing and crumbling when pulled with the fingernail.
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Customers are urged to check the product number and expiry date if they have bought the 250g jar of Cow and Gate Cheesy Broccoli Bake Stage 3 (10+ months).
According to people, during the event, a fan asked the actor what his dream role was, to which Garfield said, "This is such a cheesy response: to be a father.
A Cheesy Bacon Flatbread usually costs [pounds sterling]1.49 at McDonald's, but the cheapest drinks will set you back 79p for a single espresso, or 99p for a regular cup of tea.
Popworld, opened recently in Hartlepool, is a nationwide pop music bar renowned for 'nineties cheese and noughties nostalgia.' Fans will know the chain of nightclubs is famed for its party atmosphere, and fun and cheesy pop tunes.
Now Cheesy has joined him behind bars after he admitted conveying prohibited items into prison.
Something cheesy from the past is coming back to life to awaken your 1990's heart.
Jason Cheesy, 22, is alleged to have brought four class C drugs and one class B into HMP Northumberland while visiting last August.
by Recipe by Merry MerryThe cheesy jalapeEo mini balls are soft and delicious.
CHEESY chips and sweet potato fries - developed by leading potato supplier Branston - are due to launch in the fresh prepared products aisle of more than 500 main Tesco stores this month, following demand from consumers.
Sometimes all you need for a gooda pick-me-up is a hearty serving of cheesy goodness.