Spinny

Spin´ny


n.1.A small thicket or grove with undergrowth; a clump of trees.
The downs rise steep, crowned with black fir spinnies.
- C. Kingsley.
a.1.Thin and long; slim; slender.
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Vicky Armstrong Heron: "There has also been fish and bits of meat dumped on the spinny field please people if you walk your dog's any where near any of these places please keep them safely on their leads.
The study was carried out in three administrative domains (Sariab region, Western bypass and Spinny village) from March 2013 to March 2014 in district Quetta (Balochistan), Pakistan (Figs.
QUETTA -- Unknown gunmen shot dead two persons of Hazara community including a woman at Spinny Road area of provincial capital on Sunday.
Both have became obsessed with small ball bearingfilled spinny things.
There is Spinny promising "200-point, fully inspected used cars", GoZoomo that claims to have "the largest cluster of verified listings", Truebil which is into simplified car trading, Cars24 that assures you can "sell your car in 30 minutes" and CredR that only deals in used bikes.
It would complement any shape and could be worn heels to a party or flats on Chi Chi Melissa Dress This has the best spinny skirt I've found for a while.
Spinny, in particular, milked the comedy for all it was worth.
The big spinny thing at the WalesOnline Winter Wonderland is a new city landmark
Save blindfolding your child and leading them to their seat, there's a not a lot you can do to stop them demanding those whizzy, spinny flashy things that punctuate the semi-darkness of these shows like mini, hand-held discos.
you can tell the truth, even if it makes you feel a little bit spinny, then you've got it.
offered to drive when I said I felt spinny, though I refused, believing