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goldie locks

n. a policewoman. (Citizens band radio.) There was a goldie locks waiting under the bridge to spring on poor unsuspecting people like me.
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Both men parred the first extra hole, then Goldie's first club title arrived after both men were faced with putts of around 30 feet on the next green.
Goldie noted that although all traditional pigments have environmental or health and safety issues, many were fairly wide ranging in effectiveness.
It was Goldie. Bristled up, he looked at the smaller 5x5 as if to say, "She's mine, get out of here."
"Goldie" is not so much written as spoken, and, given the conversational tone, one overlooks the fractured grammar, if not the ubiquitous use of "love" and "umbilical cord." Yet the language is beautiful in some parts, usually when Hawn is describing places: Africa, Moscow, Ibiza, India, the Middle East, Peru.
Goldie was taken to the New Theatre on Friday to acclimatise her to the stage, dressing room and auditorium and to meet her co-star Adam Smith, who plays Dylan.
Goldie was still simmering about whether Anne had voted for him to be booted out.
It is clear that what Goldie means by "emotion" is not quite what others mean by it, but this is to his credit: it is far richer.
Ma faints, Goldie screams, and Pa hides under the table.
Two points should jump right out at you: First, according to McHenry, conditions inside the black community that created the uberpimp Goldie have not improved since the 1970s; second, the time is right for making a "bigger" movie (50 percent more shooting?
Mr Goldie, of South Bowerhouses and Townfoot Farms, was presented with the Sir William Young Award from the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS).
The pair let her hair down at Goldie's Love-In for Kids charity fundraiser in London.
Tennis ace Novak Djokovic and Oscar winner Goldie Hawn served up a perfect mixed double at her kids' charity event.
Even before Goldie set off to live with his wife and family in Thailand five years ago, he'd had one of the most remarkable and inspirational careers in Britpop.
The 'Snatched' star and her long-term parter Kurt Russell were given a dual ceremony as they both received stars on the famous Los Angeles sidewalk, and fellow actress Reese dubbed herself the "biggest fan" of Goldie's work as she stepped up to give a speech in honour of the actress.
But yesterday, in the splendour of Buckingham Palace, artist, musician and actor Goldie was lauded by Prince Charles.