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hyphy

(ˈhaɪˌfiː)
n
(Pop Music) a style of hip-hop music originating in the Bay Area of San Francisco
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and Slimmy respectively, are trunk-rattling regional hits that helped establish their signature sound: the slump of the Bay Area's '90'sera mob music overlaid with the uninhibited exuberance of the mid-aughts hyphy movement.
Fans of the hyphy lifestyle can now grip their decks with some Mac Dre tape, courtesy of the gang at Grizzly.
Maximum Likelihood computations of dN and dS were conducted using HyPhy software package (MEGA6, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan) [24].
Detection of selective pressure was performed using the methods of single likelihood ancestor counting (SLAC) [31], of fixed effects likelihood (FEL), and of mixed effects model of evolution (MEME) [32], as implemented in HyPhy v2.2.1 [33] with online Datamonkey software [34, 35].
Dzidah was the Marketing Director at Hyphy Energy Drink Corp.
Hyphy Pronounced hi-fi, it's a term for uptempo hip-hop music originating in California and associated with a frenetic dancing.
Selection pressure analysis acting on the codons of NS (nonstructural) gene of H1N1 pdm virus was carried out using HyPhy open-source software package available under the datamonkey web server (http://www.datamonkey.org/) [23].
Use of Ecstasy by Bay Area Southeast Asian youths may be an expression of their identification with and participation in a local youth cultural form known as hyphy. Hyphy is a subgenre of hip-hop music that was developed in the Bay Area in the 1990s by recording artists including E40 and the late Mac Dre (Lee et al., 2011).
To be honest, when my play ricochet, about Northern California teenagers (complete with all the requisite slang of "hella's" and "hyphy's") was accepted for a Play Labs reading at the Great Plains Theatre Conference, I spent more than a few dinner conversations fretting about how Omahans would interpret it.
The rest of the set presented a (stereo-) typically "urban" or "hip-hop" mise-en-scene: a chain link fence, a city skyline, graffiti spelling out "dissent" and "hyphy" (a hip-hop movement originating in the Bay Area) alongside a neatly stenciled counter-imperative: "post no bills." The upstage-left corner of the stage was cordoned off by a scrim behind which the play's bloody business was acted out in silhouette.
florida haplotypes was investigated using the maximum likelihood ratio test as carried out in HYPHY (Pond et al., 2005), to test the appropriateness of applying a molecular clock.
Core genres such as blues, rock, rap and punk are joined by a never-ending list of global hybrids and subgenres, from J-pop, crunk, hyphy and screamo to zouk, ghettotech, Canto-pop and concrete.