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  • proper noun A traditional game in which balls are thrown to break the pipe in the mouth of a figurine resembling an old woman.

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Examples

  • In case you haven't noticed, John, you and every other canting jaw lost your Aunt Sally on 4 November and I - and plenty of others - want to know what a jihad that has been going on for centuries ago has got to do with George W Bush.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • "You are the strangest children I ever saw," said Aunt Sally, lifting her head to look at them.

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  • "You are the strangest children I ever saw," said Aunt Sally, lifting her head to look at them.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Two other people appear, Aunt Sally, who is there to spread her husband's ashes before she leave for a retirement home in California, and Wes, a musician with Gwen & John's troop.

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  • Give your child a choice: “Jane, you can either treat the dog more gently or we’ll have to give her to Aunt Sally, who I know will treat her with more respect.”

    Raising Children Who Think for Themselves

  • Give your child a choice: “Jane, you can either treat the dog more gently or we’ll have to give her to Aunt Sally, who I know will treat her with more respect.”

    Raising Children Who Think for Themselves

  • Give your child a choice: “Jane, you can either treat the dog more gently or we’ll have to give her to Aunt Sally, who I know will treat her with more respect.”

    Raising Children Who Think for Themselves

  • Give your child a choice: “Jane, you can either treat the dog more gently or we’ll have to give her to Aunt Sally, who I know will treat her with more respect.”

    Raising Children Who Think for Themselves

  • Give your child a choice: “Jane, you can either treat the dog more gently or we’ll have to give her to Aunt Sally, who I know will treat her with more respect.”

    Raising Children Who Think for Themselves

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