toppy


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toppy

(ˈtɒpɪ)
adj
(of audio reproduction) having too many high-frequency sounds
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Barbara Kerley works with Rhoda Knight Kalt's Tigers & Tea with Toppy (9781338134278, $18.99 HC, $11.99 Kindle, 48pp, Ages 4-8), which enjoys fun drawings by Matte Stephens as it provides a fun true adventure in New York City.
The December contract continues to target August lows near 97.305, with a September Fed rate hike chiseled in, while the 97.40 area remains toppy in the event of any risk-off episodes.
FCX is less profitable than GMEX and is expected to have toppy leverage in 2019 as underground mining at Grasberg ramps-up, but would generally have a financial profile consistent with GMEX until 2021.
In chapter 2, "Orienting Virginity," and chapter 3, "Topping from the Bottom: Anne Tenino's Frat Boy and Toppy," Allan turns to the loss of virginity as a rite of passage many of us undergo.
Then, along came Melody Shee in All We Shall Know, who found solace with a younger man, Martin Toppy, a Traveller: a character often seen and persecuted in Irish life, but still under-represented in Irish fiction.
"I did that because I felt uncertain about the economy, I felt uncertain about the election, and I felt that the market was toppy from the assets we were selling, which were older assets--the value-add stuff," Campo says.
Bendit said he feels the market has gotten "a little toppy," and that he's also being careful about which projects they choose.
He is the founder of Toppy Toddler, USA, a company that he started as a single father of two young children, earning a low wage at his job and studying as a full-time student.
The survey notes that "risk assets look toppy as buy signals fade."
It's when you get sidetracked and start thinking of other things that things start to get a bit toppy.