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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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150,00 would help expand HIPPY in the South Central Arkansas Region.
PSYCHEDELIC The hippy market is a mecca for people who live "alternative" lifestyles.
This autumn and winter the romantic hippy look is carrying on.
The most prominent styles have been influenced by peaceful hippy chic, which she describes as loose and free-flowing.
HIPPY is a school preparation programme focused on pre-literacy and pre-numeracy skills (Kagitcibasi 1996).
And yet, reading this book makes me wonder if a hippy isn't just a homesteader of a, perhaps, slightly different shade.
That's why Hollywood Hippy is shining a light on 17 worthy brands through a generous "Fall Harvest Giveaway" valued at over $1,000.
Fat Hippy's CaptainTom Simmonds told Live and Loud:"One of the basic principles of Fat Hippy that we've always tried to stick by is whatever happens, always go back and reinvest some of the profit from any successful releases in the next generation of music.
The HIPPY Program has a strong track record of assisting with settlement and integration of newcomers.
This was the show that summed up the 1960s when every teenager from Huddersfield to Hounslow wore flowers in their hair so they could be part of the hippy movement that started in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco.
Perhaps the two most intriguing entries are those of Paul Hennessy's Irish duo, Group Skater and Hello Hippy, both of whom are due to trial at Crayford today.
It is Britain's only pub crawl featuring five comedians, drinks for a pound and bemused punters in Bumper looking on in disbelief as a man dressed as a Colombian hippy sings songs in praise of daytime
A survey to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love shows the hippy ethos in the 60s and 70s was not a passing phase but continues to shape opinions today.
I guess this is a hippy festival because it's based on a lot of hippy ideals,' says Jo, who, with partner Danny Hagen, has been organising the festival - which this year is at Baskerville Hall, near Hay-on-Wye - for the last three years.
But even if you don't have a wardrobe full of military uniforms and hippy accessories, now is the perfect time to stock up at the summer sales.