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“Hoy" is Spanish for "today," and some of the production's of-the-moment aspects enhance it better than others.”
“Hoy is (naturally) already living the Scotch dream, lving and working in the promised land, £ngland.”
“I repeat, Van Hoy is part of the problem, not the solution.”
“Maybe a little difficult, but Van Hoy is our best bet for a solid conservative in the position.”
“Ayer y Hoy is on the south side, across the street from Curves and about 200 M down the hill from the strip mall containing Trico, Sabores and Lillian's Coffee.”
“This evening, Great Grandma Hoy is buying pizza for everyone (the kids are thrilled about that!).”
“While the idea of Hoy battling with his inner chimp and gremlin might seem laughable to some, Peters's approach to psychiatry has clearly done the trick judging by the number of athletes queuing up to work with him.”
“The boldest move may have been a 1989 measure, titled Hoy No Circula, or "No Driving Day,”
“The Orkney Islands are low-lying, gently sloping and richly fertile with the exception of the island of Hoy, which is high and rugged.”
“Edgar being one example? and others such as Hoy training through with their eyes on the European Championships in early November.”
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