from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The skeletal remains of a female hominid, Australopithecus afarensis, found in Tanzania in 1974 and dated at about 3 million years old. Lucy is the most complete australopithecine skeleton yet discovered, being about 40 percent intact.
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- proper n. A female given name.
- proper n. A surname derived from place names in Normandy based on a male personal name, from Latin Lucius.
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- n. incomplete skeleton of female found in eastern Ethiopia in 1974
WENDY AND LUCY (2008, Oscilloscope, unrated, $30) - A cash-strapped young woman (Michelle Williams) driving cross-country to job opportunities in Alaska gets busted for shoplifting dog food and loses her beloved pooch Lucy.
These bureaucrats must feel like Lucy and Ethel in that hilarious episode of ´I Love Lucy¡ when Lucy and her friend got jobs at the candy factory and they attempt to wrap morsels of bonbons hurtling at them at ever increasing speed on a conveyor belt moving at warp speed.
LUCY THE ELEPHANT, Margate - Built in 1881 and handcrafted from 1 million pieces of wood covered by 12,000 square feet of tin skin, Lucy was designed as an eye-catching ad to lure investors to beachfront property south of Atlantic City.
Early in their relationship, Lily had heard Aaron mention he liked the name Lucy any L name, really!
Lily will be launching the label Lucy in Disguise at designer Wayne Hemingway's fashion and music festival Vintage this August.
Don't look for such wit in "Lucy" -- or much excitement.
The book begins at our beginning with the discovery of Lucy in Ethiopia and why this was such an important discovery – as to whether Lucy is actually female or just simply a male of small stature, remains unknown.
In America she had taken the name Lucy, and had fallen in love with an American student called Luke.
Cyrilla of the habit of carrying that basket with her every time she went to Pembroke; but Aunt Cyrilla still insisted on taking it, and only laughed at what she called Lucy Rose's "finicky notions."
He consulted her regarding what he termed Lucy's cowardice.