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Woven thick with 80 percent wool, these socks will keep your tootsies warm in your boots, even while postholing.
It’s like a tootsie roll, with a bulbous middle section flanked by two outward-reaching wrappers.New Spiking Neuromorphic Chip Could Usher in an Era of Highly Efficient AI|Shelly Fan|November 9, 2021|Singularity Hub
I was on the set of Tootsie many years ago and there were 225 people shooting a scene with two people talking to each other.Legendary Documentarian Frederick Wiseman Shows Us How Berkeley Works|Nico Hines|November 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One guy sent me one where his cock was painted to look like a giant Tootsie Roll.
Consequently 1886 saw the Minima and Tootsie added to the list, and some jealous competitions ensued.The Sportswoman's Library, v. 2|Various
Fierce rustle of excitement (heard in gallery) as they catch sight of Tootsie kneeling by Roaring Pete.The Nurserymatograph|A Lawyer
He appreciated it and fell to wishing that Tootsie would be more like her, less coquettish and more of a good comrade.
"Well, it's my phonograph," said Tootsie sullenly, and immediately departed for her room—by request.
For three days Tootsie duly paid out her quarter and received the most comforting of reports.