lindy


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an energetic American dance that was popular in the 1930s (probably named for the aviator Charles Lindbergh)

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My mother Louise Hughes started Lindy Lou," she said.
Lindy, who has directed more than a hundred music videos working with such names as Paul McCartney, John Lydon, Sinead O'Connor, David Gray, The Charlatans, Suede, Leftfield, The Specials and Faithless, won awards for her directorial debut with the movie Showboy in 2002.
mirror@mirrornews.co.uk @DailyMirror A STINGING VICTORY Winners Tony and Lindy
Jaydee-Lee's mum Lindy said: "A few weeks previously Jaydee-Lee had come home from school full of beans after being visited by the team from Wales & West Utilities who delivered a gas safety session.
Written by Scott Wascha, the film follows Lindy, a bouncer with a slightly murderous anger-management problem that she controls with the help of an electrode-lined vest she uses to shock herself back to normality whenever she gets homicidal.
However, combined with an extra seven points for winning the Lindy hop-a-thon, the couple had an overall score of 43 - putting them in joint second place with Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton on the leaderboard.
Then Lindy's versions of events became even more bizarre - she said when she went back to the house, she found George's body wrapped in plastic in the bathroom and it was missing his head, legs and hands.
Meanwhile, Lindy Jazz strutted their stuff at St Cuthbert's Centre in Crook.
But whether you believe you have the rhythm or not, it really doesn't matter when it comes to the Lindy Hop crash course that the Tango Art Studio Anasa in Nicosia is offering.
When the supper club members join a Mexican cooking class at Lindy's suggestion, their education is marred by the murder of a classmate (one of two twin sisters with supermodel physiques).
Lindy Wright was in the room with a 13-year-old girl.
They take with equal ease to the lindy, hip-hop, house dance and more recent choreographic genres such as get lite and cypher." Rita Felciano for public media, KQED.
Set in 1989, the novel tells the heartbreaking story of Lindy Simpson, the once carefree and spirited track star whose life goes awry after she is attacked on her own street.
Kate Angus, senior manager in the audit department, and Lindy Hunt, a director in the outsourcing team, are each celebrating 20 years with the firm.