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HEYHull and East Yorkshire (UK city and district)
HEYHonoring Emancipated Youth (est. 1999; California)
HEYHealthy Early Years (UK)
HEYHelp Empower Youth (Windham County Vermont Youth Services; Brattleboro, VT)
HEYHealth and Education for Youth (St. Louis, MO)
HEYHenry Esson Young Building (Riverview Hospital; Canada)
HEYHyperimmune Egg Yolk
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Whuzya think, hey?" Then another idea occurred to him and he went on, without waiting: "Maybe you never saw anythin--hic--like this 'fore?
Jurgis had started involuntarily; the other, whose sharp eyes missed nothing, demanded: "Whuzzamatter, hey? Heard of him?"
"Good stuff, hey?" said Freddie, sympathetically; he had leaned back in the big chair, putting his arm behind his head and gazing at Jurgis.
"Hey for the tall archer!" shouted the crowd, and some among them shouted, "Hey for Reynold Greenleaf!" for this was the name that Little John had called himself that day.
hey, papa," she added, looking at her husband, "how we shall have bled!--"
"Hey! hey!" cried Mitral, "you've got back your bowels of compassion, papa Gigonnet!
"What have you been doing to this boy of mine, hey?" was the next question, sharply put.
"Hey! Why, what the dickens has come to the fellow?" said the old gentleman, as Laurie came running downstairs and brought up with a start of surprise at the astounding sight of Jo arm in arm with his redoubtable grandfather.
He added Hey had the knife in his hand and the victims were injured in a row described as "argybargy, pushing and shoving, grappling".
First admitted to Alder Hey in December 2016, little Alfie was rushed to hospital after sloping back in a chair and making jerking movements.
Arnold finally gets a chance to discover what happened to his missing parents in this trailer for the upcoming animated film 'Hey Arnold!
Tesco customers will be able to access the store from the New Hey Road end of the closure.