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hippies

1960s “dropouts of American culture” usually identified with very long hair adorned with flowers. [Popular Culture: Misc.]
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- $250 provides CDA credential support for a HIPPY home visitor
Fat Hippy label stalwart Craig John Davidson told us:"I'm super happy about being involved in episode one of LACT.
Credit crunch shoppers take note: Yes, you can rescue some hippy chic pieces from the back of your wardrobe.
#7 THE HIPPIES LIKE to use the following phrase to describe appropriate camping behavior: "Take only photographs and leave only footsteps." Now I'm no hippy, but I'm still going to adopt this phrase as rule number seven at my A ramp.
Watching them from the shadows of the Polzeath Beach bus shelter was a hippy in his 50s with a T-shirt showing Bob Marley and a large cannabis leaf.
What started out as a nice, small, hippy sort of happening is now, like the English Glastonbury music festival, bureaucratized and ticketized.
The software program enables HIPPY to maintain an up-to-the-minute flow of information that can be used to make more accurate and faster program decisions, and meet accountability requirements of funders plans to other communities.
The most prominent styles have been influenced by peaceful hippy chic, which she describes as loose and free-flowing.
The Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) is a home-based intervention programme, aimed at the educational enrichment of preschool youngsters.
* $150 would supply a child with 30 weeks of HIPPY curriculum & supplies.
Los Angeles, CA, October 01, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Hollywood Hippy is a new online lifestyle publication aiming to help consumers find eco-friendly or ethically-made products without sacrificing quality or style.
VILLA'S Jack Grealish is yet another young footballer to be caught inhaling hippy crack and I feel really sorry for him - the hippy I mean.