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hippy

and hippie (ˈhɪpi)
n. a long-haired, drug-using youth of the 1960s and 1970s. That guy looks like a hippy left over from the sixties.
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People who did get in to it were often middle-class, and the Highlands and islands only attracted hippies because it was a place where they could get away with what they wanted without getting seen.
The colorful reprints from the censored English underground mag Oz--co-edited by Felix Dennis, who has gone on to scandalize contemporary puritans by publishing skin-filled "lad mags" such as Maxim--alone are worth the price of Hippie.
But Maria insisted: "The hippie spot in our show was not promoting drugs in any way.
And it's unlikely that she wasn't loaded for ideas after growing up in a hippie commune in Iowa.
The only entertainment to be had was watching Jeremy Clarkson - imagine my shame if this sentence had ended there - trying to deny he was ever a hippie.
But as darkness fell the army of hippies decided to pull out.
He tricks a hearse-owning hippie, Larry Oster-Berg (Michael Shannon), into helping him get the box out of an LAX cargo hangar.
A huge annual gathering of hippies freaks out the National Forest Service
And that's certainly true for three former hippies from the Summer of Love.
IN THE war between Prince Charles and the hippies who are squatting on his land, I find myself firmly on the side of our future king.
There was a pitched battle at the weekend when the hippies were joined by hundreds of students for an all-night rave.
and went to Northern California, I was amazed there were still people that lived like the hippies in the '60s.
But if you had been on a Greek beach in 1969, you might have spotted the young, would-be lawyer among a bunch of hippies living in caves there.
Five hundred war heroes were pelted with fruit and jeered by hippies as they marched to remember their fallen comrades.
Like the hippies who refused to fight for freedom in the 1960s, Davis reaps the reward of his position, but he hasn't earned it.