Basically, it is all about microscopes and teensy-weensy
particles that impact the usefulness, safety, and excellence of everything from golf clubs and skis to car parts, dental implants, buildings, and bridges.
The Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 'Mister Ed' Miliband, proved he wasn't even as clever as his namesake talking horse when he 'forgot to mention' two teensy-weensy
little issues - the economic deficit and immigration - in his State of the Nation address to the Labour conference.
HE'S not one of my favourite divines but you have to feel just a teensy-weensy
bit sorry for John Sentamu, Archbishop of York.
And go all the way back to Woods, who hasn't yet broken 70, who missed his share of teensy-weensy
putts Saturday, who was docked two shots by rules officials -- a story line that dominated the third round -- and yet trails only six men, four back at 3 under.
There was just one teensy-weensy
problem - Max together with the rest of the band had jetted out to New York.
Tom Brady, thrower of footballs, and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, walker of runways, have announced the birth of their second child, a teensy-weensy
little girl named Vivian Lake who, if her genes tell us anything, should be winning schoolyard football games and fashion contests before she reaches the age of 10.
WORCESTER - The odds of something like this happening twice in two days is small, as in teensy-weensy
The only teensy-weensy
quibble I've got is the casting of the famous sleuth's nemesis, Moriarty.
And then there are all of Latvia's many, many teensy-weensy
After a tongue-in-cheek warning by Anderson that there would be no return to the indulgent and prolonged percussion sequences that so characterized the music of the 1970s provoked boos from the crowd, he conceded to "a teensy-weensy
Might it be a teensy-weensy
possibility it could be to do with over-indulgence?
And don't forget the cheapo tinned tomatoes, because, well, who ever really needed those teensy-weensy
, vine-ripened cherry babies anyway?