from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- A throw in which the wrestler lifts his opponent from the ground, swings him to one side, knocks up his nearer thigh from the back with the knee, and throws him on his back.
- v. To throw by means of a hipe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In wrestling, to effect a fall by pressing the knee against the inside of one of the opponent's legs after lifting him from the ground. Also spelled hype.
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I read The Code when it was first released, before all of the 'hipe' and I enjoyed the book tremendously and would suggest the book to anyone who reads for the enjoyment of reading.
The Colonel, without noticing the delicacy of the situation, playfully slopes his "hipe" and marches back to the table.
The History Channel's "hipe" for the show, airing at 7 p.m., says: "High in the rugged wilderness of Colorado's Rocky Mountains a large hairy creature is said to be preying on the elk and frightening residents.
I won't to know why the media allows the crap to hipe either party to go on.
As I see it, they hipe the crime there and call loudly for more police, and the police then take care of the business owners and developers that make up the council.
So, what is all the hipe about Watchmen (both the comic & the movie)?
This is baseless and media created hipe with no common sense.
Well here we go again, don't believe all the hipe about the edge.
I just hipe that they work on the CGI because some of it in the beginning was pretty awful.
I hipe this is helpful: When I explained his recent autism diagnosis to my Sam, he was 8.
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