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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Alby got extremely vexed and told the interviewer it wasn't that Leggy wasn't answerigng, he just couldn't hear Leggy's answer, so Alby took the interviewer's microphone from him and dropped it into Leggy's water-filled tank to amplify his gurgles.
The trainer, who saddled Yachvili to finish second to Leggy Lad, also won with his only runner at Newcastle.
A quick conflab between "they" and me made it clear that they were not expecting to put the dryer on the wall, they did not have the upside down thingie with the control buttons on it and they could not find the little leggy things for the back which surprised them "because they always come with the dryer".
Along with a gaggle of dazzled and suited Insignia brokers, there were fashionistas like Mary McFadden, assorted artsy twenty-thirty somethings wearing black and dark-framed glasses, and lots of tall leggy women, including Farkas's own six-footish blonde fiancee, Sandy Goff.
Said a leggy 21-year-old in an Ally McBeal skirt, "If someone leaves early on Friday, everyone else has to leave also.
Celebrity endorsers are everywhere, from leggy supermodels pushing cosmetics, to sports stars selling sneakers.
6m and my own piece in the Guinness Records " Even Leggy wasn't the first to light up the South Wales terraces with his ability to hurl the football in from the touchline.
But which one of these leggy lovelies will have you sitting comfortably?
Over in the black corner (since Insider likes to think of it as a full-blown battle of the blondes) was Mrs Gerrard, who had earlier failed to evade LEGGY TWO: Abbey Clancy Picture by Peter Goddard paparazzi while leaving the hairdressers make-up-less and in her rollers.
In 2002, the leggy blonde was named Britain's sexiest teacher after winning an ITV phone-in competition just a fortnight before starting at the school.
I am not some leggy, pouty bird" - TV presenter Kirsty Young (pictured) after a photo shoot.