huggy


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huggy

(ˈhʌɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
informal sensitive and caring: a soft, lovely, huggy person.
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WHEN it comes to mixing records there aren't many who can say they've been at the top of their game for as long as Huggy and Dean Newton.
SHE may still be a baby but owl Huggy is wise enough to know she's on a good thing in her new pounds 1.
Not even Ant and Dec tried to instil any suspense into last night's eviction - Huggy was such a hot favourite to go.
The diva faced a tense wait with Starsky and Hutch star Huggy Bear (Antonio Fargas) after the two were told one of them would be leaving.
The actor, who played informant Huggy Bear in the hit 70s TV show, decided on a night out at Ikon at the SkyDome in Spon Street while on a night off from work at the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham.
This new version, ported from the mobile platform, features upgraded, high-quality nursery rhymes that are accompanied with an interactive character, Huggy the Diapersaur.
As Huggy rolled up his trousers, Janet grabbed one out of the water.
Huggy - who works in London, Reykjavik, New York, Miami, Los Angeles - is on the judging panel of experts in Britain's Next Top Model TV series, and CMGO is working with Huggy to develop a pilot for a TV series in the US, and will serve as Creative Director of Legends of Fashion (www.
HUGGY Bear was last night given the chop by viewers fed up with his weird silences and cryptic comments.
The indoor party takes place at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on Saturday, June 9, with top DJs including Sasha, John Digweed, Radio One's new-signing Fergie, Lisa Loud and Huggy Burger Queen, and Iain "Boney" Clark blasting sounds from 6pm right through to 4am.
And that's exactly what she did on her 8-month birthday Wednesday, smiling and giggling, dressed like a kewpie doll when a couple of puppets named Limber Louie and Huggy Harry stopped by her room to pay a visit.