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Hey!

interj. hello. (Colloquial. A standard greeting in much of the South, and now heard everywhere.) Hey, Walter. How are you?
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"Bad, very bad; why don't you say, 'Death carries on its ravages amongst the few surviving defenders of the monarchy and the old and faithful servants of the King, whose heart bleeds under these reiterated blows?'" [Du Bruel writes rapidly.] "'Monsieur le Baron Flamet de la Billardiere died this morning of dropsy, caused by heart disease.' You see, it is just as well to show there are hearts in government offices; and you ought to slip in a little flummery about the emotions of the Royalists during the Terror,--might be useful, hey! But stay,--no!
"Hey, hey! it is papa Mitral!" cried one of them, named Chaboisseau, a little old man who discounted for a publisher.
"Hey! hey!" cried Mitral, "you've got back your bowels of compassion, papa Gigonnet!
"Hey! What's the matter along you fella boy?" he shouted to the man at the wheel.
"Hey! Why, what the dickens has come to the fellow?" said the old gentleman, as Laurie came running downstairs and brought up with a start of surprise at the astounding sight of Jo arm in arm with his redoubtable grandfather.
AND BBC2's funny, beautiful and uplifting Employable Me, with Tourette's sufferer Paul's introduction: "Hey! (Whistles.) Famous!
This is an exciting challenge for the whole of Merseyside, so let's rise to it - for the new Alder Hey!
HEY! HOW OLD IS THAT KID LURKING IN THE BACKGROUND?