leggy


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leggy

said of animals that appear to have legs longer than normal for the species, breed and age.
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Jeremy Noseda secured Leggy Lou for the Lucayan Stud-via agents McKeever St Lawrence-for Irpounds 50,000 at the Goffs Orby Sale, having trained her brother Dashing Duke, who made an impressive debut in 1999 before being injured.
Leggy gives more commitment in one game than most players do in a season.
Maybe, deep down, Leggy realises the players coming in may make it more likely he won't play.
On his uppers, Andre is about to jump from a bridge when he spots an impossibly leggy blonde called Angela about to do the same thing.
And even with her hairdo half done, the leggy German didn't look much like Hilda Ogden or Nora Batty.
I reckon Cardiff City should keep Leggy because he is the reason we're in Division One.
2 -- 3) Above, Lee Schroder wears a leggy spider cap and strums his zydeco tie as he dances.
That success is directly attributable to the talents of principals Laura Desiree and Willy Shives, plus soloist Kristen Wenrick, who saucily shimmied and teased with her leggy battements.
Leggy Lisa was at last night's London premiere of I,Robot, revealing those splendid pins of hers that have wowed on-off boyfriend George Clooney.
The biggest mistake was trying to leave Leggy out of the team.
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos looked leggy in a white shredded chiffon gown, giving ``X-Men'' creator Stan Lee a big hug.
And both enjoyed a cheeky look at their catwalk partners - leggy models wearing nothing but high cut pants, stilettos and track suit tops.