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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] your new favorite shorts SEEK OUT SOMETHING SILKY High-waisted and big on volume, these pretty little things are striking with a slouchy knit vest or a billowy kimono.
Television makes instant stars of pretty little things who scrub up well and can sing a bit.
Revolver But the man's wife was such a tiny pretty little thing, and it angered Hank to realise that he'd never have a tiny pretty little thing of his own, at least not of their free will.
Boutiques featured were Trousseau, Frills and Foosha, Pink Diamond, Tasmeemi, Burlesque, Pretty Little Things, Rose of the Desert, Dazzling Designs, Tease and Chryssie's Jewellery.
THE CHAFFINCH I'VE seen a chaffinch, what a thrill He perched upon my windowsill It was so cold, but yet he sang His cheery song, how loud it rang This happy little tiny mite Was such a wonder, such a sight Enough to make me realise How pleasures come in every size It cost me nothing for this treat Laid out before me at my feet He's unaware of what he gives While going about the life he lives There's lots of other types of birds But a chaffinch isn't often heard He's such a pretty little thing Pure poetry when he's on the wing I felt that it was meant to be This performance was for me to see I know it won't be long till spring And hope his wife and chicks he'll bring, A delight that no way can be bought, A magic moment to be sought.
PRETTY LITTLE THINGS Indulge your inner girl with a selection of pretty tops - embroidery, broderie anglaise, lace and satin all get the thumbs up here.
Jennie O'Neill, aged 34, said: "The little girl was lovely - a really pretty little thing.
Karen adds: "It is awful because they are nice rats, very pretty little things.