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  • n. Plural form of Tinkerbell.


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  • She has that freaky Tinkerbells-evil-twin thing going on.

    Today's Pattern Pros and Cons, and Sale - A Dress A Day

  • Upstairs at Toon Disney, work progresses on newer, feature-length Tinkerbells.

    The Sonoran Disneys

  • ~* Tinkerbells magic dust ~* by Nemo on Friday, Aug 29, 2008 at 4: 11: 25 AM re: by albury smith on Friday, Aug 29, 2008 at 6: 14: 53 AM

    OpEdNews - Diary: Their Words On Paper

  • He could hear the surf crashing below; silvery reflections from the light playing off the steaming surface of the baths danced on the shiny granite walls of the cliff like hundreds of manic Tinkerbells.

    Fear Itself

  • The orbital station looked like it was surrounded by a million Tinkerbells, which likely meant that they'd just blown their wastes.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Council bosses have refused to allow Tinkerbells Day Nursery in Ashton, Preston, to have two gazebo-style shelters in their front garden, saying they spoil the "vistas" along Beech - News Feed

  • Sadly, there are no wizards nor Tinkerbells involved in any of this, just a whole bunch of electro-hydraulic and magnetorheological engineering.


  • Posted on October 20, 2010 at 10:26 PM by Tinkerbells.

    The Seattle Times

  • I don't even like what passes for ­humanoids: the bloodless blond girls who never grow old, the leafy green boys who never grow up, the asexual dwarves, the flitty winged Tinkerbells.

    The Guardian World News

  • Meanwhile, you'll be handing out candy to a lot of young Tinkerbells, Super Marios, ladybugs and vampires. Top Stories


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