hully

hully

(ˈhʌlɪ)
adj
having hulls or husks
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Hully gee, he t'rowed a spittoon true deh front windee.
Other quick-witted sorts dubbed her "Hully Willoughby" and "Hully Willerby" - the latter a reference to a village in East Yorkshire.
(9.) Gitiaux C, Simonnet H, Eisermann M, Leunen D, Dulac O, Nabbout R, Chevignard M, Honnorat J, Gataullina S, Musset L, Scalais E, Gauthier A, Hully M, Boddaert N, Kuchenbuch M, Desguerre I, Kaminska A.
Here We Go Again, then you can take a chance on having even more Abba fun with a tribute act with Jo Allsop and Sarah Jane Hully. The women, who will look the part, will be singing and dancing along to all of Abba's top hits.
This syncopated accent on the "off beat" was perfect for the click-and-slip of the pelvis in many popular dances of the time, including the Boogaloo, Shimmy, Hully Gully, Hitch Hike, Popcorn, Jerk, Philly Dog, Watusi, to name a few.
Mike Froom, KPMG LLP; Paul Gilligan, Giragge Concepts; Ron Hully, Amber Real Estate; Iain Dicken, Amber REI Holdings.
Fortman SP, Williams PT , Hully SB, Haskell WL, Faquhar JW.
| Who Wants To Be A Millionaire contestant Brene Hully and ITV Wales presenter Lucy Owen with some of the Royal Mail stamps celebrating 50 years of ITV in 2005
(16.) Simonnet H, Laurent-Vannier A, Yuan W, Hully M, Valimahomed S, Bourennane M, et al.