HAPPY


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AcronymDefinition
HAPPYHelp and Protect Prisoners' Youngsters (est. 2004; UK)
HAPPYHIV/AIDS Prevention Promotion Youth
HAPPYHousing Assistance Payments Program Yearly (housing software company in upstate NY)
HAPPYHave A Peak Pleasure Year :-)
HAPPYHeathcote Alliance for Preserving Prosperity and Youth (Waldorf, Maryland)
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Beth said nothing, but wiped away her tears with the blue army sock and began to knit with all her might, losing no time in doing the duty that lay nearest her, while she resolved in her quiet little soul to be all that Father hoped to find her when the year brought round the happy coming home.
could he have seen her happy with another--Such a noble mind
My Edward and I, then, are happy: and the more so, because those we most love are happy likewise.
Everything was as it used to be, in the happy time.
One more practiced in the arts of great cities would have hid her blushes beneath a veil, or, at least, have cast down her thickly fringed lashes, so as to have concealed the liquid lustre of her animated eyes; but, on the contrary, the delighted girl looked around her with a smile that seemed to say: "If you are my friends, rejoice with me, for I am very happy.
Some studied how to watch the tender buds, when to spread them to the sunlight, and when to shelter them from rain; how to guard the ripening seeds, and when to lay them in the warm earth or send them on the summer wind to far off hills and valleys, where other Fairy hands would tend and cherish them, till a sisterhood of happy flowers sprang up to beautify and gladden the lonely spot where they had fallen.
He has made me so happy," said she, one evening, "by telling me that he was totally ignorant of my being in town last spring
She meant to be giving her little heart a happy flutter, and filling her with sensations of delightful self-consequence; and, misinterpreting Fanny's blushes, still thought she must be doing so when she went to her after the two first dances, and said, with a significant look, "Perhaps you can tell me why my brother goes to town to-morrow?
But he spoke to re-asure me, And he kissed my pallid brow, While a reverie came o're me, And to the church-yard bore me, And I sighed to him before me, Thinking him dead D'Elormie, "Oh, I am happy now
High above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of the Happy Prince.
It was hard for me to understand how any individuals could bring themselves to the point where they could be so happy in working for others.
Sonya and Natasha, in the light-blue dresses they had worn at the theater, looking pretty and conscious of it, were standing by the clavichord, happy and smiling.