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gidget

n. a silly-acting female; a ditzy dame. Sally is just a blonde gidget without a care in the world.
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I shot to fame in the 1960s in the television series Gidget and The Flying Nun, and have since starred in films such as Mrs Doubtfire and Forrest Gump.
And Kimmy would be another Gidget or Pollyanna who, while entertaining, are little more than caricatures of women who believe in the power of positive thinking.
The Forest Service also gave her the opportunity to continue her research, working in mountain meadows and oak woodlands, often with her horse, Gidget.
The third Project Taste Test video features two accomplished chefs who have built foodservice careers at Delaware North, including Chef Gidget Wickham, executive chef at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, and Chef Percy Whatley, executive chef of The Ahwahnee hotel at Yosemite National Park.
She and her husband David now bring Otis and Gidget, a rescue pug, to the group socials.
The whimsical Gidget lamp from Arteriors Home has a vintage brass finish and is 29 inches high.
Everybody has his own approach to shop projects, but, along with the planning, I like to gather tools and make any fixtures and parts in advance of the real work, in part, because I'd hate to have to tear down a complicated machine setup just to make some little gidget.
SIX YEARS AFTER the publication of Frederick Kohner's Gidget (1957), a twenty-one-year-old Brian Wilson begged to know whether he was loved by an admiring but diminutive "Little Surfer Girl.
Gidget bought her first surfboard from Mike Doyle for $30.
Reven Easton, Stanley Edmonson, Bradly Edwards, Emily Edwards, Danyale Elam-Warming, Rebecca Elliott, Jonathan Emerald, Kereena Emerald, Esmeralda Esquivel-Diaz, Marisol Estrada Ceja, Malik Evans, Elliott Ewing, Jared Ewing, Simon Ewing, Brenden Fahlman, Shinel Fairchild, Karla Favela-Flores, Robin Ferschweiler, Alexander Fetgatter, Taylor Finn, Levi FitzGerald, Brandon Flagg, Jordyn Fleenor, Daniel Fleming, Katie Floyd, Lucero Franco-Gallardo, Connor Franklin, Kevin Galicia, Giselle Garcia, Kallie Gardiepy, Elijah Gelman-Price, Giovany German-Hernandez, Alexys Gibson, Auna Godinez-Magana, Selena Gomez, Gidget Gonzalez, Jesse Goodier, Jocelyn Grasseth, Mercedes Green, Tyler Gruber-Winsor, Kasey Guiley, Molly Guiley, Isai Gutierrez,
She made her debut in Sally Field's TV series Gidget at the age of 17, followed by short-lived TV series The Monroes, and Doris Day's last movie, With Six You Get Egg Roll.
8 REVEREND JEN If Gidget were to birth a child by Charles Bukowski, she'd have Reverend Jen.
In 1965, she landed the title role in the TV show Gidget.
By virtue of his national roots--and his tall tales of facing down commissars and Red Army soldiers in a postwar Austria of the mind--Schwarzenegger may belong to a tradition of Mitteleuropean Los Angeles: German-speaking exiles of the 1930s and '40s who settled in Southern California and remade the nation's cultural life with such all-American innovations as film noir, political street theater, and even the distillation of surf culture globalized by Frederick Kohner's Gidget.
If you're a metal fabricator and you're making a widget you can make a gidget.