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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.

hippie

verb
See hippy
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How much did the hippie movement impact you as a writer or artist?
'Hippies call themselves the beautiful people and perhaps they are - to each other.
While the cars have multiplied and David Bowie and Grace Jones have been replaced by young Hollywood types, Ibiza still hums its siren hippie song.
Her first task is to tackle the question of hippie women's subordination: did the counterculture forge an alternative set of gender norms or did it reproduce the patriarchal hierarchies of power of the dominant society?
As the hippie subculture faded in the early '70s, Brand began to shift the standard countercultural view of computers.
The section for "hippies"--the middle-class draft dodgers and drug offenders--was around the handball courts.
Folks, don't look now but Eugene has been doing the hippie thing for nearly a half-century.
Peter Ovig Knudsen, a veteran journalist and documentarian, has been trying for more than a year to get Apple to sell digital versions of his popular books "Hippie 1" and "Hippie 2." The books are a two-part retrospective chronicling Denmark's counterculture in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Al mismo tiempo, el hado: nismo, pacifismo y activismo politico, lo que Goldstein llama la "conciencia hippie", se evaporo casi por completo.
Work Title: Magic Bus: On the Hippie Trail from Istanbul to India
The 26-year-old star had sought default judgment and a permanent injunction against Warren Richardson, who snapped her while filming Hippie Hippie Shake, a movie about Oz editor Richard Neville, on a private estate in Surrey.
The actress was caught on camera on the set of comedy Hippie Hippie Shake, which is due to be releaed next year.
Her new film Hippie Hippie Shake is set in the 60s and Sienna, 25, is picture perfect in a flowing dress as she filmed these scenes.
Volunteers run the gamut from hippie dropouts to middle-class students on spring break, and the outposts they've built are filled with things you'd never expect to see anywhere near a relief effort: free acupuncture, vegetarian cooking, cross-dressing volunteers, a giant geodesic dome.
The characters do not embody redeemed images of the past but rather represent scraps of myth that continue to be visited upon civilization as our "common heritage." But Costume Party also introduces some of history's marginal figures to upset the period archetypes: a park flasher, a leather fetishist, and an aging hippie chick scramble signification vaudeville-style.