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flattie

NZ informal a flounder or other flatfish
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Many flatties make their living along the edge of gag grouper territory.
And this year there is a whole array of new footwear to try, whether you're addicted to flatties, or itching to get into this season's peep-toes.
But down a few cocktails and it's time for flatties.
Here, Annalene Beechey's Beauty, exuding sweetness and light, skips around the stage with a fixed smile in an unbecoming calf-length dress and Orphan Annie bar-and-button flatties, while the Beast (Alistair Robins), in a horned vampire-slayer headdress, is required to be either camp or bloody-minded by turns as Beauty gives him the cold shoulder (until the denouement, of course, when she melts).
Flatties hotel which is having covered area of 68 kanals was sold out at the cost of only Rs 1.21 billion which is far less than original cost.
NOW that me and the new hip can just about manage to get out of the flatties and into my peeries again, the fashionistas have decided high heels are no longer "cool".
It appears heels are so off-trend even Victoria Beckham (gasp) has swapped her perilous Loubous for safe and comfy flatties. Found in many forms from the Monk Strap (as seen on VB) to the brogue and the loafer inbetween, give your feet a rest and put them in some grounded footwear.
WHEN you get to the Ayr Western Meeting you know the jump season proper is around the corner so, in a couple of weeks, we will change the emphasis of our list to adding jumpers and all-weather horses before removing the flatties at the beginning of November.
A CRAZE from New York has reached the UK ( these Crystal Clear shoe boxes are used in The Big Apple to carry beautiful `office' shoes, and no doubt some Jimmy Choo's and Manolo Blahnik's, whilst walking the streets in more trusty trainers or flatties.
Whether it be a gold belt, gold shoes (cute little flatties are huge) - or a lightweight lurex knit, let it into your wardrobe.
Yet on this prestigious occasion,anglers will find themselves scratching around for dogfish, flatties,gurnard and conger eels.
When you want to be on the straight and narrow: The grass is always greener - curly bonces dream of sleek straight lines, while natural flatties would just love to experience waves and curls.