from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Plural of sty1.
- v. Third person singular present tense of sty1.
- n. Plural of sty2.
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- n. Plural form of sty.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sty.
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Post toe-sties: Sometimes, you just have to applaud The New York Post and its willingness to skewer even the hometown coach and his alleged predilections cover at right.
For example, this led Google Maps to displace MapQuest as the most visited online mapping site, displaced local restaurant listing sties with its own Google Local, and undermined many other non-Google services.
But evidently not so much on the newspaper sties (although they are popular).
The main page is also simple, without the extra stuff that most other sties have.
People who developed staph boils and sties tended to be infected with the same strain they were carrying in their noses—suggesting they had infected themselves—and also were more vulnerable to wound infections after surgery.9 And carriers could infect others even if they were experiencing no symptoms themselves.
There were other doors, some of them open on to sties like the one I'd left, and various creatures on the landings, but I didn't pause until I bore up unsteadily by a big wooden counter on the ground floor, and I think there was a tap-room, too, but what mattered was that there was a street door ahead of me, and open air.
SEE ALSO: This analysis from The Internet Marketing Driver showing the importance of Google, Facebook, and Yahoo in driving audience to many sties.
I have scanned the web sties of CNN, ABC news and WoPo and not found a single article on the tea parties happening around the country.
Plus, more sties breaking from the "SHOWBIZ News Ticker."
On the Net's DialA modem, a regular phone line and an Internet connection will let you sample these audio sties: National Public Radio http:/www. realaudio.com/Broadcasts of "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition."