twitten


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twitten

(ˈtwɪtən)
n
(Architecture) dialect Southeast English a narrow alleyway
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When a well-known theater critic is gunned down just before he's supposed to share crucial evidence in an old case, earnest Constable Twitten is determined to buck departmental tradition and actually solve a crime.
Sitting in the Brighton Royal Theater with Constable Twitten, Crystal intends to tell the detective the secret he knows about the still-unsolved Aldersgate Stick-Up case of 1945.
10 Keen new Constable Twitten is sent to keep an eye on A S Crystal, a vitriolic theatre critic, only to end up with a murder on his hands.
Super-keen new boy Constable Twitten is sent to keep an eye on AS Crystal, a vitriolic theatre critic and Twitten ends up with a murder on his hands.
Stories about the party came from TV host Valerie Concepcion who said on her Twitten account that Aquino laughed hard at her jokes.
The real way to get close to someone you care about remember, Valentine's Day is next month--is not by texting but via the Twitten. Quick story: For frigid University of Pennsylvania football games in the mid 1960s, Connie Kalserman knit her first Twitten for Steve Robinson so they could hold hands during those tense two-minute drills.
To Twitten with your loved one, go to www.thetwitten.com.
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Shotton, of The Twitten, Albourne, West Sussex, said he was shocked by the allegations and denied being alone with the boy during lunchtimes.
For a gift you'll never forget, visit Brighton Body Casting, just a few steps across the twitten. Fine artist and sculptor Jamie McCartney will cast a lasting impression of lovers' clasped hands, lips or whatever you dare to bare.