skippy


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skippy

(ˈskɪpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
tending to skip
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Skippy Waste Services Ltd has been fined PS35,000 after the incident at its Yarm Road base in Stockton in September 2016.
Just that one day you remember from childhood, where the warmth on your back put a spring in your step and when you got home for tea, which mum made, in her pinny, Skippy The Bush Kangaroo was on telly.
The buck initially showed up on the trail camera of Skippy White, the farm manager for Shannon Sledge's dairy operation.
The Scottish SPCA are appealing for information after the puppy - named Skippy by rescuers - was found at Glasgow Green on Saturday.
It was a real stroke of genius for her to introduce us to three-legged pooch Skippy.
CONSUMERS CAN NOW TAKE SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER with them wherever they go.
Snuggling up to his favourite toy, 14-month-old Skippy has been voted a winner in Taylor Wimpey's nationwide photo competition.
Skippy is a 14-month-old Labrador guide dog with a slight phobia of high train steps.
Unilever has agreed to sell its global Skippy peanut butter business to Hormel Foods for about $700 million.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 1, 2013-Unilever closes sale of Skippy unit, except China, to Hormel Foods(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The parties agreed the USD700m (EUR514m) cash deal for Unilevera[euro](tm)s entire global Skippy business on 3 January, when the Anglo-Dutch group said it was restructuring its portfolio to ensure the group's growth.
said Thursday that it had signed a definitive agreement to sell its global Skippy business to Hormel Foods Corp.