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- adj. Having a hairstyle (of some specified kind).
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They reminded me of Animal Collective, and strangely enough I could see your typical trip-hop head -- your white couch-sitting Bacardi-drinking product-hairstyled Lodo dude -- enjoying Au for the mood that they create, but they're clearly too good for those fans.
The stars of the show, its Kermit and Miss Piggy, were the very fashionable, slinkily attired, stunningly hairstyled duo, Maxim and Mamma Alien, who yearned to be -- what else?
In the last West End revival, Alison Steadman played Kath as a beehive-hairstyled auntie to her own Beverly in Abigail's Party; Staunton is even harsher, and also more desperate in her longing to have a new child with her new baby Sloane, while missing, perhaps, the scented voluptuousness of Beryl Reid in the 1969 film.
I don't claim to have enjoyed the film as much as a certain Prince Valiant-hairstyled former Deadspin editor - that may not even be humanly possible - but I do agree that it's a great movie; Rourke deserves all the accolades.
In the past year the Jonas Brothers, three charming, talented, aggressively hairstyled, purity-ring-wearing brothers from northern New
In the past year the Jonas Brothers, three charming, talented, aggressively hairstyled, purity-ring-wearing brothers from northern New At least it's not the Naked Brothers Band. by April 24, 2009 - Hannah