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New Delhi [India], Dec 28 ( ANI ): If there was even a smidgen of doubt left, Billy Cyrus has confirmed that his daughter Miley Cyrus is now married to her longtime fiance Liam Hemsworth.
John from Doug see a Only a smidgen of silverware has been claimed throughout the North East in the 43 years since we recorded the Beeb show
Just a smidgen of the luscious cream left my hands super-moisturised, and a bottle this big will last a long time.
Neil Burger's film feels a smidgen light on exposition and character development but Woodley is terrific and she catalyses smouldering on-screen chemistry with James.
If you use non-fat yoghurt and just a smidgen of honey, it can make a low-calorie dessert seem really special.
So Blues walking into Goodison Park today wondering what lies in store should take heart from the ambitious verdict of adopted Evertonian Sylvester Stallone, and Robert De Niro who reckon, with perhaps a smidgen of tongue-in-cheek, that Roberto Martinez's men will beat Norwich 17-0.
Nectarine comes to the fore on the tongue, beautifully balanced with lemon, that good mineral edge and the merest smidgen of vanilla.
Recent single Something Real and set closer Drink Dance Play are formulaic imitations of their peers – a little bit of Two Door Cinema Club, a smidgen of Bastille, a pinch of Killers or simply doing an Alt–J pastiche, minus the weirdness and affected vocals that make them worthwhile.
On sale next May at a smidgen under PS80k, this awesome cocktail of bling and brutality is what Jaguar should have been making years ago to re-establish the brand's wicked personality.
A look at the bill will tease your funny-bone with just a smidgen of apprehension - confirmed acts include such luminaries as Lee Evans, Michael McIntyre and Micky Flanagan.
Perhaps Nizam Yacoub's endless rants about America's supposed crimes and putative Zionist conspiracies might be taken a smidgen more seriously if he didn't make mistakes such as placing Charles Taylor in Rwanda.
It turns out they were feeling a smidgen envious of the lovely resources, interactive whizzy things and friendly emails that Teachit offers English, Drama and Media teachers.
ONE thing I will give Mr Cameron and Mr Clegg a smidgen of credit for: going back to a proper name for the department for education, namely the Department For Education.
They need to regain some smidgen of that authority by standing up to the Roman bureaucracy on the proper use of English in our liturgy.
"Women love old-fashioned things," Meulman says, "but they don't want to look like an old lady." Channeling a smidgen of your posh inner grandma should never be discouraged.