(1) When accused of muttering it while reciting Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Mo, during filming of BBC2s Top Gear, he said he had not, that he would absolutely never use "the most racist word of them all".
(2) Following a string of controversies about offensive remarks, Clarkson was put on final warning by the BBC in May, after unbroadcast Top Gear footage of him mumbling the N-word during the rhyme “Eeny, meeny, miny moe” was leaked.
(3) In the footage, published on the newspaper's website , Clarkson appears to recite the beginning of the children's nursery rhyme "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe..." before appearing to mumble: "Catch a nigger by his toe."
(4) He also asked who had approved the scene when Clarkson is shown choosing between two cars by reciting the words to the nursery rhyme "eeny, meeny, miny, moe" and apparently mumbling the N-word.
(5) TheTop Gear host apologised and asked for forgiveness following the clip of him reciting the nursery rhyme "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" and using the N-word being made public on Thursday.
(6) The presenter was forced to apologise last week, issuing a video "begging for forgiveness", following claims that he had used the word while he recited the nursery rhyme, Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe in a clip that was not used on the show.
(7) The incident comes after the Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson survived calls for his resignation , when an unbroadcast clip surfaced of him stumbling over the nursery rhyme Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe.
(8) However, MediaGuardian understands that the rhyme "eeny, meeny, miny, moe" was not scripted.
(9) That includes me and anyone who works there.” The presenter was forced to apologise and given a final warning by the BBC earlier this year after an online video emerged of him saying the N-word while reciting the nursery rhyme Eeny, Meeny, Miny Moe in a non-broadcast outtake from Top Gear.
(10) Clarkson was forced to apologise on Thursday night, when he asked viewers for forgiveness following the revelation of a clip of him reciting the nursery rhyme "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe; catch a nigger by the toe" in unaired footage obtained by the Daily Mirror.
(11) A week later British TV host Jeremy Clarkson was caught on camera reciting a version of "eeny, meeny, miny, moe" from his childhood (" before racism was bad " as The Office's David Brent once put it) in which he continues muttering "catch a nigger by the toe".
(12) That episode was made just before the controversial "eeny, meeny, miny, mo" footage, which was not broadcast at the time but was leaked to the Daily Mirror earlier this week.
(13) Clarkson was embroiled in controversy last week when it was claimed he used the N-word while reciting the nursery rhyme Eeny, Meeny, Miny Moe during filming of the BBC2 show.
(a.) Very small; tiny.
(a.) Fretful; peevish; pettish; cross.
(1) Bargain of the week Charming but teeny-tiny one-bedroom period cottage, £55,000, with williamsonandhenry.com .
(2) In fact, he's a rampant homophobe, which usually suggests someone might actually be a teeny bit gay and trying to hide it – but he isn't, at all.
(3) News that gave me a teeny bit of hope for 21st century politics: attorney general Eric Holder and the Department of Justice filed suit against a North Carolina voting law.
(4) The ITV pictures showed him level when the ball was played, then the computer showed his leg was sticking out but, even if you accept it was accurate modelling, doesn't that mean he was level except a teeny weeny bit of him (what happened to the 'daylight' rule?).
(5) He gets a nice comic entrance – stepping out suddenly from beneath a vast coronation mantle to reveal how teeny-weeny he is.
(6) Teeny's daughter later remembered: "My mother told me that at one point Henry Miller had a crush on her, but he was rather vulgar ... whereas Marcel had a very light touch."
(7) "You could have it pumped directly into your stomach at ten pints a second and you would still metabolise the teeny tiny amounts of alcohol faster than it enters your body.
(8) Brigitte is a posh wendy house for grown ups, I realised as we squeezed ourselves inside the nine-metre-squared space, which somehow fits a double bed, a tiny table, chair and stool, a teeny bathroom with shower, two slender wardrobes, three shelves, and a kitchenette, with fridge, hob and coffee maker.
(9) When I was really teeny, I used to pull the curtains across the bay window and come out, play my plastic ukulele, and pretend to be Elvis Presley or Lonnie Donegan .
(10) Unlike the previous limited run Minecraft sets, which feature small sections of blocky landscape and teeny creepers and zombies, the two new sets The Cave and The Farm are scaled around normal-sized minifigure models – like most of the major Lego series.
(11) But it's only 20 quid, says my teeny voice of reason.
(12) I’m still in touch with some of the people who stayed in my teeny flat, and the thoughtful gifts left by others are on my shelf.
(13) Thanks to the imagination and energy of a new generation of performers and composers, the teenies could be better still.
(14) According to Teeny, it was the only time she had to remove his shoes before bed.
(15) The bricks are losing weight due to decades of radiation but a spokeswoman for EDF said the new limit was only a "teeny little step" that was well within the most conservative safety case.
(16) No doubt in some blue-sky meeting, some sunny morning before Steve Hilton left, when everyone was still allowed to wear sandals and think of ways to turn the UK into a teeny, cut-price America, this seemed like a good idea: why do charities have to stick their oar in?
(17) Mark Zuckerberg's baby got off to an inauspicious start; the shares had a teeny blip up after the start of trading but have gone downhill ever since.
(18) Now, back to Dr Ken: sweet, sincere, a teeny bit dull.
(19) Microsoft is also trying to court these teeny studios too – everyone wants to find the next big crossover hit, like Minecraft.
(20) Alexina Sattler (Teeny) In 1954, Duchamp married Sattler, the former wife of art dealer Pierre Matisse and son of the painter Henri Matisse.