festy


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festy

(ˈfɛstɪ)
adj
1. dirty; malodorous
2. very bad
[C20: shortened form of festering]
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I think our customers here understand the quality and the know-how behind Hermes objects and I am very happy about that, said Eric Festy, the company's regional managing director, in an exclusive interview with Inquirer Lifestyle.
states and Washington, DC, have legalized same-sex marriage (Chamie and Mirkin, 2011; Festy, 2007); estimated to affect about 320 million people.
HE Bank Holiday weekend sees a quickfire return of the brilliantly named little eesside festival - Festy.
12) See the editions of Festy 1999:20; and Pichlmayr & Gruendel 1966:147, with apparatus.
Festy, "Tip-enhanced Raman microscopy: Practicalities and limitations," J.
Joyce brings a quotation from Jespersen's "An International Language" into his text in the pages leading up to the trial of Festy King (I.
Siete anos despues, los logros no debieron ser tan importantes cuando el mismo autor reconoce que, en palabras de Patrick Festy, director del I.
I went to Lolapalooza a few times when I was a teenager but it was to see specific bands but I was never into the festy thing.
The Big Cheese, Caerphilly This annual summer festival, right in the middle of town, is a tremendous mix of old-fashioned fair, modern music festy and a welcome touch of local eccentricity, in the shape of the Big Cheese Race.
Kees Waaldijk, Levels of Legal Consequences of Marriage, Cohabitation and Registered Partnership for Different-Sex and Same-Sex Partners: Comparative Overview & Comparative Analysis, in SAME-SEX COUPLES, SAME-SEX PARTNERSHIPS & HOMOSEXUAL MARRIAGES: A FOCUS ON CROSS-NATIONAL DIFFERENTIALS [hereinafter CROSS-NATIONAL DIFFERENTIALS] 47, 48 (Marie Digoix & Patrick Festy eds.
most recently Festy 2007 and the research report in Fundling 2006 I 29f.