flatties


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flatties

[ˈflætɪz] npl (fam) → scarpe fpl basse
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Geometric stilettos, pounds 85 Flatties, pounds 65 Red platform stilettos, pounds 85 Sandals pounds 80 Green shoes pounds 85 from the PPQ for Office collection
In size, "flatties" are average fish, weighing a couple of pounds.
Famous for: Their 'world famous' Broon Ale Bread and other speciality offerings, including brioche, flatties, scones, pies, pasties, sausage rolls, tray bakes, biscuits, fresh cream cakes, sandwiches and wedding and celebration cakes.
The PACP is now going to celebrate the WORLD's AIDS DAY on 1st Dec, 2016 at Flatties Hotel Lahore where a technical session will also be arranged with reference of research and diagnosis of public health infections and renowned scientists will be invited to promote scientific culture.
"No, it's from the straightening irons, my flatties and the bottle of vodka I always carry in my bag," came the reply.
I can see why the beautiful people who run this most glamorous of film festivals don't want people turning up in their battered trainers but bejewelled flatties can be just as gorgeous as 4in inch stilettos and a damn sight more comfortable.
However on an official visit to India this week someone spotted that for all her engagements Camilla had worn the same pair of scruffy, beige Russell and Bromley flatties she's been wearing for the past EIGHT years.
Flatties, or "doormats" when they get big, like their meals low and tight, so you'll do best to keep a tempting bait in their zone.
Out on top charter Flamer IV from Weymouth, John and his good pal Tim Neal were enjoying another trip targeting flatties.
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Second prize went to Lee Williams with 17lb 13oz of flatties and Colin Boageywas third with 10lb 12oz.
IF you've worn flimsy flatties all summer your feet will be in need of some serious TLC before they're crammed into autumn's new style heels.