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delicacy

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piece

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a small tasty bit of food

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India should not consider Kashmir a titbit to swallow.
Editor's note: Thank you for your email but we are sticking to titbits, meaning a small piece of tasty food!
Summary: The Britain's Got Talent stars give titbits of their routine which they performed for the Queen.
Ashleigh and Pudsey have been feeding us titbits of their Royal Variety Performance, which is due to air on TV next month.
Kirsty volunteers to make a daily dash for the town's market stalls to see what tasty titbits she can pick up for the primates and porcupines.
The orang-utans, howler monkeys and capuchins regularly enjoy titbits I have collected from the market, and even the crested porcupines also eat some of the vegetables."
We don't feed her much and the kids only give her titbits. The vet said she should go on a diet but she is getting even bigger.
Every day she breaks out of her cage and makes a run for it to a pub - where locals give her beakfuls of ale and titbits.
The man who died from it was a manager by the name of Oscar He looked after all the birds and animals and I used to find him titbits for the birds as I worked in the luncheonette.
Another winning entry was a slice of a ship and a third, entitled Domestic Disaster, was a selection of foam underwear and other titbits.
We love the strange but true bit with such delightful shared titbits from chefs like "a cockroach's favourite food is the glue on the back of a postage stamp".
Victor writes about whatever he hears in the gutter and James writes about whatever he hears at the Palace kitchen door where he grovels for titbits.