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  • Hildy is wonderful with her reflections on her marmalade life, her unfulfilled teenage dreams, and her men; for instance the last hunk made her choose between her cats and him; no contest.

    If Wishing Made It So-Lucy Finn « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Hildy is a no-brainer, but not even a mention of Kathleen Turner’s turn as an updated version the character in Switching Channels?

    Top 10 Movie Journalists » Scene-Stealers

  • “Anyway,” I went on, “thank goodness Frankie called Hildy right after she talked to me, because she sprung into action and really saved me from who knows what.”

    SEEING GREEN

  • Now I can't read the book anymore though, because the first 1/3 or so is about this guy called Hildy who I totally cannot relate to.

    Rotation

  • Mr. Beyeler and his wife, the former Hilda Kunz, known as Hildy, created the Beyeler Foundation in 1982 and commissioned Renzo Piano to design a museum, the Fondation Beyeler, to house their private collection.

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  • When I started coming out as transgendered online 'Hildy' made sense as a nickname, kinda appropriate for somebody feeling more or less stuck in the middle.

    Rotation

  • "Hildy," said Mrs. Barkdale, "go up and tell the gentlemen that breakfast is ready."

    An Original Belle

  • Sad to report but I had my cat, Hildegard "Hildy," put down today.

    Of course, I could be wrong...

  • Lauren "Hildy" Hildebrandt Unveils the "BOYSHORTS" Music Video For the First Single Let Loose From "Not Really a Waitress."

    PRWeb

  • "Hildy --" he began; and then, giving it up, he said simply: "Well, I swan!

    Queen Hildegarde

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