"Just as soon as I put away my hanky
I see you brimming up and that starts me off again.
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There is no hanky
panky, we should allow MACC (Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission) to investigate,' he said.
On an excursion into Working Men's land, the MC proudly introduced them as Big Jack Bradley and the Hanky
Same goes for the hanky
hem's sleek sister, the wrap skirt, which is also making a comeback for spring.
TELLY favourite Eamonn Holmes will be banned from "hanky
panky" after his double hip op next month.
code originated in the western United States during the Gold Rush and early logging days.
signed by Cilla Black, who died just over a week ago at her Spanish villa after a fall, is one of 328 items being offered up to enthusiasts and investors in Liverpool's annual Beatles Auction.
It's been almost 50 years since Tommy James and the Shondells rocketed to fame with "Hanky
Panky," the first of a string of million-sellers that includes "Crimson and Clover," "Crystal Blue Persuasion," "Mony Mony" and many others, with their first notice in Variety coming in "Hanky
Panky's" first week on the charts.
In her bid to defend Maila Obama against bashers and critics of her behaviour as the current first daughters, Jenna Bush Hager got people's tongue wagging on her "hanky
panky" and what it meant.
Red Spotted Hanky
, Tainline.com, Virgin Rail and British Rail.
This prompted Brenda to buy herself a yellow-fringed souvenir hanky
of Woburn Abbey a few months later.