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Judy

(ˈdʒuːdɪ)
n, pl -dies
1. (Theatre) the wife of Punch in the children's puppet show Punch and Judy. See Punch
2. (often not capital) slang Brit a girl or woman
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Judy

n abbr of Judith (in Punch and Judy) → Gretel f
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More lately, other populations, specially Arabians, Judies and Japanese people immigrated to Manaus and now are part of this City.
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When this Punch and Judy show was over (with us as the Judies) I asked several government officials what role the Aboriginal people would play in this tourist development.
'A bleedin' bunch of judies with golf clubs jumped you?' Breeney recoiled in amused disbelief.
The delegation was also briefed about the city of Jerusalem, the prisoners' case and Israeli settlement which aim to judies Jerusalem by Israeli policies such as destruction of Palestinians' houses, deportation of Palestinians and the Apartheid Wall that aims to separate the Palestinian territories and seize lands for the Israeli settlement expansion.
The last time Smullen partnered the Willie McCreery-trained Judies Child (6.05) was when the filly started favourite for a 13-runner Cork sprint handicap in October but finished eleventh.
I WAS amazed reading Brocklebank's column this week that Louise Baldock, recently arrived Labour councillor for Kensington and Fairfield, had protested about the use of "Judies" to describe the female Labour councillors.
The winners of the tense showdown were the Punch and Judies team from the School of Performing and Creative Arts, who pipped the TAT Crew from the School of Business and Professional Studies to the jackpot.
The need for resistance is acute, however, against a backdrop littered with fakers--"Judge Judies" who are not constrained by the code of judicial conduct; people who tarnish the judiciary's standing with the public for purposes of financial gain.
We call on the Arab and Muslim world to visit Jerusalem and support its people to defend their right to preserve their holy sites, civilization and culture from the occupation and its attempts to judies the area.
CONTROVERSY also rages over Pat Moran's use of the word "judies" last week.