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... On Siang Tat's death (Wee Siang Tat was the only son of Wee Boon Teck), Lim Ho Puah became the sole surviving partner in the firm of Wee Bin Co ... at an early age entered the service of Wee Bin Co ... soon attracted the notice of his employer, Wee Bin, and he became the towkay's son-in-law ...
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... Low Wee Wern, (Chinese 刘薇雯) (born July 25, 1990 in Georgetown, Penang) is a professional squash player who represents Malaysia ... Wee Wern began playing squash at the age of nine and is based at the Penang International Squash Centre in Bukit Dumbar, Penang ...
... "The Wee Wee Man" is Child ballad number 38, existing in several variants. ...
... bath of nostalgia for the many adoring fans of Pee-wee.” All advance tickets had been sold at full price ... By opening night the Pee-wee character had acquired approximately 750,000 followers on the two sites ...
More definitions of "wee":
- (adj): Very early.
Example: "The wee hours of the morning"
- (adj): (used informally) very small.
Example: "A wee tot"
Synonyms: bitty, bittie, teensy, teentsy, teeny, weeny, weensy, teensy-weensy, teeny-weeny, itty-bitty, itsy-bitsy
- (noun): A short time.
Example: "Bide a wee"
Famous quotes containing the word wee:
“Loves riddles are, that though thy heart depart,
It stayes at home, and thou with losing savest it:
But wee will have a way more liberall,
Then changing hearts, to joyne them, so wee shall
Be one, and one anothers All.”
—John Donne (15721631)
“Four and twenty at her back
And they were a clad out in green;
Tho the King of Scotland had been there
The warst o them might hae been his Queen.
On we lap and awa we rade
Till we cam to yon bonny ha
Whare the roof was o the beaten gold
And the floor was o the cristal a.”
—Unknown. The Wee Wee Man (l. 2128)
“Sudden the wee Elf
Smiled a wee smile,
Tugged till the toadstool
Toppled in two.
Holding it over him
Gaily he flew.”
—Oliver Herford (18631935)