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But contrary to a shoddy slew of Lifetime movies, most online daters aren't creepers, psychos or stalkers.
Corsican mint is an attractive creeper, good between paving stones or in the rock garden.
Scotch moss, Corsican mint, mondo grass and blue star creeper can all be walked on without a problem as well.
That’s fleece, that’s T-shirts, that’s creepers and onesies—everything except hard goods and headwear.
The eight-acre maze includes a mini-maze for smaller Minecraft enthusiasts, and when the sun goes down, the fog rolls in for the Foggy Bottom Haunted Maze, with scary music and creepers who go bump in the night.
The mother-daughter duo dressed casually for the presentation, with Kate in a black jumpsuit and olive green booties, and Lila Grace youthful plaid pants, a leather jacket, white tee, and black creepers.
Kaia Gerber, meanwhile, has continued to take a high school–appropriate approach to her wardrobe by stepping out in Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma platform creepers.
The creeper would sneak through office hallways and target unattended items such as wallets and purses.
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CREEPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of creeper for English Language Learners
: a plant that grows along the ground or up surfaces (such as trees or walls)
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