The book, Lizzy, the teensy-weensy
lizard, is a 25-page picture book for kids, written by seven-year-old Maryann Emike Alegieuno.
He made friends with Bridgette, whose specialty is teensy-weensy
cats, mice and bunnies; June, who fashions French Baroque furniture; Barbara, who does wonders with stained glass.
And a small parade of former tech executives have come forward to raise alarms that their innovations are, perhaps, just a teensy-weensy
bit evil and could be a destructive force acting upon both our psyches and our democracy.
So I'm happy to report - here's the teensy-weensy
spoiler that doesn't give away any of the plot - that we get a clear signal later in the story that those Jedi volumes will be back, perhaps even in some pivotal role, in the new trilogy's final instalment.
He could uncannily shoot a bottle of peanut butter onto a far-off shelf, sliced bread into a toaster, medical pills into a teensy-weensy
PROFESSOR Orphanides has made many speeches, given interviews and written articles about the collapse of the Kyproulla economy and banking sector but we are still waiting for him to concede that maybe once, in his five years as governor of the CBC, he may have committed one teensy-weensy
Our only teensy-weensy
reservation is that with all this democracy, the PM might be giving us too much of a good thing.
Kids can peek at their pizza while it is being baked with the viewing window, which prevents any disruptions to the cooking temperature and keeps their teensy-weensy
Basically, it is all about microscopes and teensy-weensy
particles that impact the usefulness, safety, and excellence of everything from golf clubs and skis to car parts, dental implants, buildings, and bridges.
The Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 'Mister Ed' Miliband, proved he wasn't even as clever as his namesake talking horse when he 'forgot to mention' two teensy-weensy
little issues - the economic deficit and immigration - in his State of the Nation address to the Labour conference.
Aside from its teensy-weensy
budget of P12 billion, how many would-be political appointees would dare step into the shoes of its scientists, engineers, and Ph.D.'s?
HE'S not one of my favourite divines but you have to feel just a teensy-weensy
bit sorry for John Sentamu, Archbishop of York.