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- proper n. A diminutive of the male given names Edward and Theodore.
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- n. plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials)
- n. a woman's sleeveless undergarment
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When he shows the pictures to his teddy bear, Teddy says, “I’m gonna look at these a lot.”
[Illustration: "TEDDY, DEAR, THIS IS MY BROTHER ARCHIE, COME AT LAST."] "You are late, Teddy, and I was just getting anxious about you.
Rolling Fork, home of the bluesman better known as Muddy Waters, is also in the area where Theodore Roosevelt came across a black bear on a hunt in 1902 and refused to shoot, earning him the nickname "Teddy Bear."
Of course, Pembroke would never associate the name Teddy with the man who sent him the money every month.
Theodore Roosevelt came across a black bear on a hunt in 1902 and refused to shoot, earning him the nickname "Teddy Bear."
The name Teddy Bear comes from former US President Theodore Roosevelt.
To Mr. Obama - For you to refer to Senator Kennedy as "Teddy" is not only disrespectful but downright shameful.
This is the opinion of Captain "Teddy" Evans, who was second in command to Captain Scott.
Somewhere, Teddy is looking up at all the liberals here with anticipation of a future reunion.
I think somewhere tonight in heaven, Teddy is smiling.
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