twitten


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twitten

(ˈtwɪtən)
n
(Architecture) dialect Southeast English a narrow alleyway
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Stories about the party came from TV host Valerie Concepcion who said on her Twitten account that Aquino laughed hard at her jokes.
Quick story: For frigid University of Pennsylvania football games in the mid 1960s, Connie Kalserman knit her first Twitten for Steve Robinson so they could hold hands during those tense two-minute drills.
Shotton, of The Twitten, Albourne, West Sussex, said he was shocked by the allegations and denied being alone with the boy during lunchtimes.