aunty


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Synonyms for aunty

the sister of your father or mother

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I thought people would want to share things, either inspirational or funny, so I created Aunty Acid purely for social media.
Mum said "all of him", Aunty liked his perfect lips and gummy windy smile the best while Me couldn't decide between his downy shoulders, the soft bits behind his knees, his little botty and the way he gazes towards the light.
WELSH Sheila (nee Wilkinson) To my beautiful Aunty Sheila Nothing could be more beautiful, Than the memories we have of you.
Bangalore- based Agarwal, whose book How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co- Founded a Million Dollar Company ( Rupa Publications; ` 140) is said to be selling much faster than you can finish saying the book's title, is a happy young man.
Aunty Queenie had five children and now has 22 mokopuna and eight great-grandchildren, the youngest born just last month.
Perhaps Aunty G and Aunty Miriam would've been thrilled if they'd had the chance.
You could discuss it with your aunty Ella in San Fernando.
You get the feeling that Julia Child and Aunty Sara would have been great friends.
A further donation of pounds 25 comes again 'in loving memory of Lynn McIndoe, August 26, 2000, sadly missed and always remembered by aunty Lil, uncle David, aunty Ada, aunty Win and uncle Arthur'.
Suddenly, I remembered that for quite some time, aunty had been imploring, rather pestering, my uncle to let her go to Agra to meet her brother RS and his newly-wed wife Manno.
It was an unusual three-timer for the 21-year-old, as it involved two wins over hurdles for trainer Gerry Cully as well as a victory on Aunty Euro for Pat Morris in the EBF Coolmore Stud Ulster Oaks Handicap.
I grew up calling her my Aunty Thirza and thinking of her as my fairy godmother' But her death came as a great shock to me and all of the friends she made in Heathfield, East Sussex.
Aunty Ida was born Ida Amelia Armstrong on 30 September 1919 on the Reserve at Cape Barren Island, which is one of the bigger islands in the Furneaux Group of Bass Strait.
Strictly on the face value of her running last time out, Aunty Rose would be as well staying in her nice warm box at John Dunlop's Arundel stable.
We also learn that women like Gwennie, who are victimized, and those like Aunty Cora, who are independent, have less of a stake in adhering to cultural norms, and therefore are more open to difference.