creepie

creepie

(ˈkriːpɪ; ˈkrɪp-)
n
(Furniture) chiefly Scot a low stool
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Hero:108, Growing Up Creepie, Pet Alienand Todd World.
Michael Chinery's two wonderful books, The Natural History of the Garden (ISBN 0-00-219606-9) and Garden Creepie Crawlies (ISBN 0-905483-44-8) are both worth looking out for in second-hand book shops or through the internet.
While the triple murder is now raising questions about the world of goths, Meaghan Allen, a 20-year-old Winnipeg woman who goes by the name Creepie Kitty, says goth culture is not about violence.
She may be the only contestant the creepie crawlies actually run from.
There are so many different kinds it would take too long to list them all, though some of the better known include a creepie, a low stool found in Scottish churches dating from the late 17th century, a faldstool that has scrolled ends for siting in a window recess and a kneeler, which is basically a hassock.
Now the cathedral is to host a special run of the play Creepie Stool, one of a series of exploring sectarianism.
CREEPIE CRAWLIES Megan Stephenson, left, and Claudia Elliott; right, Adam Stephenson BUNNY STORY Lily Masters reading with one of the rabbits at Seven Stories yesterday HANDLE WITH CARE Louise McCallum with a snake
They love getting dirty and being disgusted by worms and creepie crawlies
and "Growing Up Creepie," as well as "Pet Alien," "Titeuf" (TooTuff), "Mix Master," "Fantastic Four," "Code Lyoko" and "Casper," among many others.
Pensions can remain at their present low level and we will supply all senior citizens with a weekly supply of creepie crawlies so they will not have to fritter away their money on gruel.
Perhaps they anticipated the enemy would give away their position by singing show tunes, screaming at the sight of creepie crawlies or mincing out of their foxholes, lisping: ``Chase me, chase me
Later, when Rusty cut a slice from the loaf, all these creepie crawlies fell out.