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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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Strauss says it is more constricting than the hippy style and more combat than regimental.
The teaching technique used in HIPPY is that of programmed instruction, where the materials are highly structured to maximise children's success (Lombard 1994).
Bands and artists can enter via the Fat Hippy Facebook page.
Golden Jacket Ladbrokes: 4 Dazzle Special, 9-2 Lorrys Options, 6 Hello Hippy, Midway Skipper, 12 Danbury Dodger, Group Skater, Run Of The Hawk, 14 and upwards bar (e/w 1/4 odds a place 1,2,3,4).
The HIPPY Program has a strong track record of assisting with settlement and integration of newcomers.
Forty odd years ago, I was one of those hippy foot soldiers; I had the Afghan coat and the beads and the hair that reached my shoulders; I wore my jeans tucked into knee high boots and I even, on occasion, wore flowers in my hair.
Hello Hippy was next fastest on the clock in heat three.
De Niro's crusty retired CIA agent is the polar opposite of Greg Focker's own hippy parents - played by Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman.
For anyone who secretly fancies living the life of a hippy, netradio.
Oh how I wish the revival of 60s hippy clothes also extended to the hippy values of peace and love.
this kid became a dirty hippy and i'm pretty sure he stole my no escape "hangman" shirt too.
At some stage the Royals would have thought you were getting a little bit of a hippy, sir.
He was also up front throughout and held the big run of Hello Hippy by a length in 42.
Rhys turned up to the set of her new movie Hippy Hippy Shake last Wednesday and seemed to work himself into a jealous lather over her intimate nude scenes with co-star Cillian Murphy.
YOU know Christmas has come early when an album featuring 20 northern bands on the Fat Hippy Records label comes through.