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Ditty integrates natively with Messenger for sending and receiving messages, and users can save their custom lyric videos to their camera roll for later.
This intriguing novel raises profound questions about duty, honesty and responsibility, within a context that will have readers sympathizing with Ditty and the moral dilemmas she faces on a daily basis.
Smile'' just happens to be the title of one of her songs, an infectious pop-friendly ditty that revels in the pain of a cheating ex-boyfriend.
Yo La Tengo, I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass (Matador) Featuring a piece for chamber orchestra, a full-on garage rock stomper, and a funky piano ditty sung in falsetto, New Jersey's finest continue to push the parameter of indie rock.
Turner, a favorite among fans of urban literature, is the author of A Hustler's Wife and A Project Chick (both Triple Crown), Tales From Da Hood (One World/Ballantine, January 2006) and Riding Ditty on I-95 (One World/Ballantine, May 2006).
Jot stuff in a journal, pen a little ditty, blow your English composition teacher away with the best A+-worthy essay on Shakespearean theory ever.
If it is possible to concentrate the metals in a few big clusters, in principle, one can make good solar cells out of ditty starting material.
Though a duo, the Los Angeles-based Ditty Bops were joined by a pile of guest musicians for the Mitchell Froom (Crowded House, Suzanne Vega) produced album.
Midnight Lady - a lazily-strummed acoustic ditty - was highlighted by an epic-sounding backing track you would associate with Bjork.
Visiting with customers is one of the reasons Ditty Vella loves running her tiny cheese boutique, the Cheese-maker's Daughter.
She lives up to the calling of the New Historicism by doing the ditty archival work some of its proponents are unwilling to do.
Before they succumbed to republican pressure and adopted Flower of Scotland, the Scottish Football Association played wee Cliff's song, and I always thought it no better than a music-hall ditty.