tippytoe


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walk on one's toes

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They're often joined in nostalgic and philosophical breeze-shooting by gruff taxi dispatcher Tippytoe (Isaac Hayes).
Tippytoes offers children's shoes as well as a foot-measuring service.
The film opens in 1976 with young, rosycheeked Tommy Popper communicating with his explorer father in Antarctica using a CB radio and the handles Tippytoes and Bald Eagle.
The film opens in 1976 with young, rosy-cheeked Tommy Popper communicating with his explorer father in Antarctica using a CB radio and the bizarre handles Tippytoes and Bald Eagle.
Then it is Elmer who tippytoes through the night to leave one present for each youngster: Andersen, [pounds sterling] 10.
She stands at the door she stands on her tippytoes to blow him a big kiss.
we're tall enough now that if we stand on chairs on tippytoes we can see over the gleaming steel hubs of the F train and into the sunset.
Tippytoes offers a wide range of children's shoes as well as a footmeasuring service.
Not that Princess Tippytoes and her incompetent husband see it that way.
Here, you're rewarded for playing the game like Arsene does, with a billion passes before someone tippytoes it into the net.
The pair shared the GMTV sofa for more than four years and after a series of spats, he nicknamed her Miss Tippytoes.
So, in her new show Perfect Housewife, Princess Tippytoes will be teaching us how we, too, can be brilliant home-keepers just like her.
Eamonn Holmes & Anthea Turner HOLMES dubbed his GMTV co-presenter Princess Tippytoes and, when she left, she hit out at his "hurtful" comments.
Last year Princess Tippytoes agreed to be the figurehead for the Douglas McMillan hospice near her home.