tatie


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tatie

(ˈteɪtɪ)
n
dialect Brit a potato
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Johnny tells his story in 60 rhyming poems (because that's how he was taught at school): the outside loo, hot bricks to warm the bed, going on to the face at 18, spud bashing (which we called tatie scratting) and the rest of life in a mining community.
Irving is hosting a fundraiser |at the Toad and Tatie on Woodhead Road, Holmfirth, tomorrow (7pm) and everyone is welcome.
Andrew said: "I start off with when Monday was always washday, go onto entertainment, days at the beach, childhood games and even include tatie picking.
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Chelton connaEtra un large succes public pour son interpretation unique de Tatie Danielle, le film d'Etienne Chatiliez en 1990.
This work has been supported by a funding from the Joseph Fourier-Grenoble 1 University: MSTIC project TATIE.
After I was mistakenly given somebody else's plate of fish and chips, I enjoyed my Cumberland lamb and black pudding tatie pot for pounds 7, while Collette's lighter lunch added a pounds 1 portion of hand cut chips to a pounds 5 starter of Ragstone goats' cheese and onion tart with cherita tomato salsa.
Daai dag toe my tatie my voor die skoolhek kom oplaai, toe loop die trane mos blink oor sy wange, sit en vertel tant Kittie Waterkiewiet in haar huisie op Granaatboskolk.
J: Typical northerner [ETH] I was like, OWhereOs me meat and tatie pie?
Of course it helped that these people were tatie bread.
I asked my wife and she said, 'I don't know, Tatie.
In the house of her grandfather, Martin, a little blonde girl (we never learn her name), "un petit ange," is passing the summer with her godmother, Tatie, the sister of Martin, and with her young cousin David, his grandson.