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Noun1.hee-haw - a loud laugh that sounds like a horse neighing
laugh, laughter - the sound of laughing
Verb1.hee-haw - braying characteristic of donkeys
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
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John Henry Faulk was a presence not to be ignored in Texas during the ten years I lived there (1970-1980), sittin's up in Madisonville plotting against the strip miners, flyin' off to Nashville every so often to tape a few months' worth of Hee-Haw, comin' down to Austin and waxing enthusiastic about something or other on the second-story front porch of The Texas Observer and the Texas Civil Liberties Union.
They have hee-haw chance of getting it but at least it shows they have the cojones to take on the miserly trainers who think they should do the job for love - because it sure as heck can't be for the money.
DONKEY KICK: Thompson was booked for his celebration after getting the hee-haw treatment; PARTY'S OVER: Ref Dougie McDonald books Thompson
And despite it meaning hee-haw they deserve it more than Hearts or Aberdeen given what Yogi has to work with.
This is my chance, whether that means earning enough to start my own business or getting the crazy money which would allow me to do hee-haw for the rest of my life.
Not bad going for a club with hee-haw dosh and a support of little more than 3000 season-ticket holders.
And presumably, since he is on loan Hearts get hee-haw of the pounds 1million fee if he does end up going to Viking Stavanger.
The unmistakable hee-haw of its bellows can be heard regularly in ethnic and regional styles like Irish or Cajun, mainstream popular recordings by Billy Joel, Paul Simon and others, commercial jingles, accordion festivals from China to Washington, D.
As I see it, 60per cent of hee-haw is still hee-haw and Ticketus would have no claim on the tickets sold in this way.
He said: "When you look at the 90s and what we did at youth level was hee-haw.