cutie pie


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cutie pie

[′kyüd·ē ‚pī]
(nucleonics)
A radiation dose-rate meter having a pistol grip, a plastic cylinder or barrel containing an ionization chamber, and an indicating meter mounted above the grip.
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what a cutie pie!The movie focuses on the Brit sensations who refer to themselves as a 'cool boy band'.
PewDiePie (rhymes with 'cutie pie') is the alter ego of Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, a 23-year-old Swede who has 12.6 million subscribers on YouTube.
As the musicians begin to play, he goes on to say, "You are my charm, you are my sweetie pie, you are my cutie pie, my absolute everything," he says, "and I know you find this cheesy, but I want everyone to know, you make me really happy."
One day, Israeli president Ezer Weizman, the commander of the air force and a combat pilot himself, finally came on the phone, calling Miller a "cutie pie" - a "meidaleh", literally "young woman" in Yiddish, but in a patronizing way.
the adorable, well-beloved and sassy Cutie Pie - both Margaret Thatcher and Annette Funicello shaped my universe growing up.
We love Jahmene Douglas, the cutie pie with the huge voice, but have soft spots for scouse crooner Chris Maloney and the adorable (and hugely ripped) District 3.
This chubby cutie pie is perfectly trained in the house, doesn't pull on his leash when he goes on walks, and adores every person he meets.
CUTIE PIE (5.17) wouldn't be one to back at skinny odds as she wins few and far between.
CUTIE PIE: This little bundle of fluff (right) could be yours.
Two days before Election Day, The Washington Post staged its 13th biennial "Crystal Ball Contest" by publishing the forecasts of some of the mouthiest people in Washington: Christopher Matthews, Mary Matalin, Morton Kondracke and the MSNBC cutie pie Tucker Carlson.
He is a wee cutie pie and was discovered when his hairdresser passed his home-recorded CD on to one of her clients.