beardy

beardy

(ˈbɪədɪ)
adj, -dier or -diest
(Clothing & Fashion) wearing a beard
n, pl -dies
(Clothing & Fashion) a person who has a beard
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Ontario is funding a feasibility study to build a replacement facility for the Reverend Tommy Beardy Memorial Wee Che He Wayo-Gamik Family Treatment Centre in Muskrat Dam First Nation.
Elizabeth Beardy, who was encouraged to attend the school by Winter himself when he visited her home community of Split Lake, northern Manitoba, shortly after the school's inception.
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You are sitting there with a hot towel in these shops full of beardy people, thinking, 'Please don't think I am one of you"' -Graham Norton says he grew a beard out of laziness.
Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy is confident that a new relationship is emerging with Queen's Park following a summit late last fall designed to find common ground on key issues that will allow resource development to proceed in the Far North.
More innocently, there's their latest pics, showing the beardy lads clowning and Harry and Niall looking remarkably fresh-faced.
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The Telegraph told its readership of retired colonels and blue-rinsers to 'Save the seas' by eating 'sardines instead of tuna', while weirdy - and quite possibly beardy - types donned fuzzy shark outfits to protest outside the HQ of tuna king Princes.
Why have a boring old computer voice when you can have a beardy old me," said Brian.