[ UK /ˈɛdi/ ]
[ US /ˈɛdi/ ]
  1. flow in a circular current, of liquids
  1. a miniature whirlpool or whirlwind resulting when the current of a fluid doubles back on itself
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  • I feel like the popular conception of Freddy Krueger might be a bit different than what you guys are going for here because Freddy Krueger, popularly, is Henie Youngman as a serial killer. Producers Andrew Form and Bradley Fuller On Set Interview A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET – Collider.com
  • There have been many histories of Jerusalem, from Jeremiah's sixth century B.C. monody to "For Jerusalem," a premature happy ending written in the 1970s by a successful mayor, Teddy Kollek. City of Peace—and War
  • She was wearing a micro-miniskirt (as usual), pulled over what looked like a mostly-lace teddy.
  • Worldcon thingo with David Brin and Teddy Harvia tags kanye west meme livejournal via ljapp Worldcon thingo with David Brin and Teddy Harvia
  • Dressed in a sheer teddy, a very personable smile painted across her white face, she returns to the stage carrying a small basket.
  • The "Very Funny" cable network burned off the whopping nine-episode season of its sly charmer about Chicago sportswriter PJ (Jordana Spiro) and her pals on Sundays opposite such sky-high-profile cable competition as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Mad Men — whose costar Joel Murray, aka rehabbed alky Freddy Rumsen, guested on Boys as the owner who sold the gang's hangout, Crowley's, to Brando (Reid Scott) in the season finale. Cheers & Jeers: My Boys to Men?
  • In a quick tour, he points out the pupfish pond, a nature trail, and the cactus and native plants, all labeled so you can distinguish a teddy bear cholla from a beavertail cactus.
  • I find that a heated bedwarmer and a microwaveable teddy bear go a long way to replace a missing husband. Left Behind
  • She wore a light blue nightgown with teddy bears on it and black wristbands.
  • One of my all-time favorites is "Maytime" with Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
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