NIPPY


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NIPPYNumber of Interest Payments per Year
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CHILLING OUT These lads wore matching outfits at the Nippy Dipper ABERDEEN
"When I lost my daughter, Nippy, the world lost one of the most beautiful voices and an extraordinarily beautiful and charitable woman," Cissy Houston said in a statement.
Washington, Feb 21 ( ANI ): Whitney Houston's friends and family are known to have addressed her as "Nippy" but it has emerged that she was also referred to by another nickname - "Illegal".
It's a bit nippy grahamemorris (Grahame Morris) As right wing step up their war on @Ed_Miliband #LL expose Blairite lobbyists shady links with Tories & #BigBusiness SarahMillican75 (Sarah Millican) I may have left it too late to read my notes in the car.
It's a bit nippy but the Co-operative has the cheeky pink Tocado Ros 2009 on sale at pounds 3.99 down from pounds 4.99 and a great savoury, hedgerow fruit-laden Chilean Casillero del Diablo Carmenre 2009, great for celebrating Halloween.
She isn't perfect, and she can be a bit nippy when stressed.
McLeish, who had Davies as a player at Motherwell, described him as a 'nippy sweetie' - in Scots' parlance an irritant.
. Meet 'Nippy' waitress Page 3 Holmfirth THE Picturedrome has got the go-ahead to convert the former Holmfirth Express newspaper printworks into a bar.
Boxing Day might have been nippy, but that's no excuse and we'll keep naming you glovewearing Brits in the top flight until we rid the game of this ridiculous fad.
liquor, buttering other hands that felt nippy. Her lips, chest, hands,
Sartorial highlights included the black pinstripe three-piece and a nippy little charcoal number with flirty wrap-over skirt.