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Use "itty" in a sentence
"The word of the day wasn't the invocation by Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., of something that rhymes with "itty" and "bitty.""
"The are also screaming that Medicare is going to go bankrupt because of the government, but leave out the itty bitty detail that it will primarily be due to Medicare Part D which was championed by the Republicans."
"This creep is willing to risk the ruin of Health Care Reform for millions, because his itty bitty sissy feelings are hurt because the Dems dumped on him in his last election, which he won anyway."