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  • adj. Very small; tiny.


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  • But, there is also another eentsy weentsy problem.

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  • So, come on, okay, I mean a little, eentsy, teeny weeny bit (okay it's more than that, but whatever) of sugar.


  • Der are free ob yo so praps in honur of the lil eentsy teensy rodent yo would cormcider the minnum waltz?

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  • I should have guessed that the usual Stepford chorus of MoeB, Leticia Carlos and the gang would jump on this eentsy weentsy little strawman.

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  • But the differences in their positions on this are eentsy now, and both seem...small trying to gain political advantage on this question.

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  • Next on this special edition of 360, move over eentsy beetsy -- eentsy weentsy spider, you've got some serious competition.

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  • Some are sublime, such as the Salad of Hawaiian Hearts of Peach Palm, which includes imported radishes surely showing the biggest carbon footprint for an eentsy vegetable ever recorded.

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  • Analysts that have weighed in so far seem pretty happy with it, too, though they wonder if maybe Amazon is being just an eentsy bit too generous to customers with its pricing.

  • If you've been wrestling with the should-I-or-shouldn't-I? debate of upgrading the ol 'DVD player to a reportedly made your decision an eentsy bit easier.



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