the skinny


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Noun1.the skinny - slang terms for inside information; "is that the straight dope?"
details, inside information - true confidential information; "after the trial he gave us the real details"
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Yet, by a strange deception, owing to the duskiness of the chamber, and the antique dresses which they still wore, the tall mirror is said to have reflected the figures of the three old, gray, withered grandsires, ridiculously contending for the skinny ugliness of a shrivelled grandam.
He recounted Vatel's expedition to La Fontaine, related the history of Menneville and the skinny fowl to Pellisson, in such a manner that all the table heard it.
The decaying head was black with age, the dry skin was drawn tight to the bones, the eyes were gone, there was a hole in the temple and another in the cheek, and the skinny lips were parted as in a ghastly smile
Featuring a featherweight profile with heavy-hitter protection, the Skinny Sleeve for MacBook 12 interior is built with a screen guard that will protect your device from scratches.
The Skinny mirror offers a subtle slimming reflection (5-10 lbs) that works on the psyche over time.
The Skinny Dipper is a smaller swimbait that anglers can purchase for a few dollars per package rather than $20-to-$50 per individual lure.
ODD Heather Hogarty and Melissa Gallon with the skinny pig which needs sun cream when it is outside, top
Although Fleming's doesn't have demographic data, bartenders observe that more women than men order the skinny Martinis and that they sell as well as other non-skinny cocktails.
The fashion world records 2006 as the year when the skinny jeans trend was reborn in Europe.
Achieve the skinny and high-waisted trends in one fell swoop with Topshop's high-waisted skinny jeans, pounds 45 (67 Euros), or Browns' high-waisted Acne tube jeans, pounds 160.
Kids come up with mean names for the heavy (Miss Piggy) and the skinny (Olive Oyl).
Russ Hamachek is a self-styled writer drawing on his experience as an executive in the brewing industry for his third novel, THE SKINNY DEAL.