immy

immy

(ˈɪmɪ)
n, pl -mies
an informal word for image orthicon
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PICTURE ' Spitfire Hostels are passionate about the local music scene and have built up strong ties with other acts doing the rounds at the moment, including Tissue Culture and Immy Williams.
I should also have listened to my teenage daughter Immy too, playing the part of a fairy in the Manama Theatre Club's production of Sleeping Beauty by Alan Frayn, who had mentioned on one journey home from rehearsals that they'd been a few glib comments about a Stan.
Meanwhile the Halfpenny family did their bit, alongside Tim Healy, Lorraine Crosby and recent fund beneficiary, Immy Williams.
It was very much like a Mad Hatter's Tea Party with tinsel for the Szecowka family who arrived, minus teenage daughter, Immy, who was busy rehearsing for the opening night of the British Club pantomime and needed dropping off and picking up for a mad dash to catch Kim Kardashian in Riffa later that evening.
Kathryn, the good lady wife, and I were more interested in having a comfortable place to crash and our two children, Immy, 13, and Stan, nine, were excited by a growing bout of holiday fever, and not a little bit tired much to our amazement, stretched out after leaving some updated messages on their social network accounts, via the lounge's computer section.
His sweetheart Nala, played with conviction by Immy Szecowka -- and their two younger versions appearing in the first act played by Luke Doporto and Cecilie Blankholm -- were captivating and well-cast.
Little Stan loved the pizza and chocoholic Immy was impressed by the fresh fruit fondue.
We finished the walk with Wendy, Immy and I taking turns to carry Sasha and piggyback Hannah.
GETTING around school in wheelchairs is relatively easy for high school pupils Malin Owen and Immy Hurrell, but they are the lucky ones.
GETTING around school in wheelchairs is relatively easy for high school pupil Immy Hurrell, but she is the lucky one.
Immy Kaur from Birmingham, said: "There was one in Birmingham and we enjoyed it so much we came to this one.
Immy Essex, Anna Passey and Karl Collins were among the soap's favourite faces who urged people to submit nominations of everyday heroes who should be honoured.