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flatties

[ˈflætɪz] npl (fam) → scarpe fpl basse
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Also watch out for mini turkey fajita thins and turkey flatties.
Her practical flatties were clearly chosen for strolling the Wall, while Trump never seems too keen on walking, even on the golf course.
The event was conducted in two parts: day one was conducted at Flatties Hotel Auditorium, and utilized for consultative sessions on different thematic areas articulating with the needs of education system in Judiciary.
Julia Roberts, Kristen Stewart and Susan Sarandon all favoured either flatties or no shoes at all at the event - which last year banned some women from screenings for wearing the wrong footwear.
Our one complaint - a pair of heels would do more for her slim legs than those unflaterring flatties.
Dab and other flatties should increasingly feature in catches.
However on an official visit to India this week someone spotted that for all her engagements Camilla had worn the same pair of scruffy, beige Russell and Bromley flatties she's been wearing for the past EIGHT years.
Flatties, or "doormats" when they get big, like their meals low and tight, so you'll do best to keep a tempting bait in their zone.
99 Magpie Silver Toecap Flatties, Topshop, Were PS28, now PS5.
Out on top charter Flamer IV from Weymouth, John and his good pal Tim Neal were enjoying another trip targeting flatties.
I go out in huge heels but I always have to carry a bag with me, a big old Mary Poppins handbag with flatties in them," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
IT was flounders all the way in the Odyssey SAC competition at Llangennith where David Ridge, from Gilfach Goch, was the winner with five flatties going exactly 4lb on the scales.