Judy sentence example
Judy Garland once told us that if we followed the yellow brick road we could fly with the pretty little bluebirds beyond the rainbow.
Mick and Judy who lived aboard, ran a chandlery in the adjacent building.
Then there was Judy, highly intelligent and graceful, a true Princess of the dog world and very disdainful of the common herd.
Judy politics has switched people off.
Punch and Judy shows, living marionettes and clowns were among the attractions and there was a presentation of souvenir mugs and beakers.Advertisement
Punch and Judy rub shoulders with characters from Thunderbirds, classic Pelham, Hazelle, traditional African and Indian marionettes.
Here is an abridged version of Judy's story, edited to avoid her extreme modesty where necessary.
Judy said that the proportions should be a slightly longer muzzle compared to skull.
Judy introduces the newcomers to the other women in the rec room.
Judy, Emma and Maggie provided wonderful nibbles and the wine flowed.Advertisement
We also have work by Judy Coleman whose acrylic paintings are inspired by Cumbrian landscapes.
Pig in the Middle is a play by award winning playwright Judy Upton.
He and Ida managed to keep straight faces but Judy and I and the two children kept breaking into helpless giggles.
Researchers Judy Burton, Rob Horowitz, and Hal Abeles created a taxonomy of learning in the arts and investigated the effects on learning.
I turned around and saw Judy standing in the office doorway.Advertisement
Judy Tutor Script Judy OK, who 'd like to play a waltz rhythm first?
Judy Blume is beloved among thousands of children who have enjoyed Freckle Juice, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, and her many other classic books.
Like Judy Blume, Beverly Cleary is one of the best-known authors for elementary-school children, and nearly all of her books have endured for decades.
His father, Stanley, was an electrical engineer and his mother Judy worked as a nursery school teacher.
He married three times and had affairs with Judy Garland and Lana Turner, and died of a heart attack while filming Solomon and Sheba in 1958.Advertisement
Originally Judy Garland sang this song in the musical Meet Me in St. Louis.
Judy worked for her father and in the mid 1980's, she moved into a facility in Russian River…the problem was, it was too low.
Judy said that "she was in tears watching her barrels float on top of the water inside the facility."
In this newer and bigger facility, Judy envisioned a big tasting room with a very modern look.
Judy wanted to focus on making sparkling wines only, but realized that just making sparkling wine would not pay the bills, so again branched out to include Pinot Noir in the portfolio.Advertisement
Judy's vision of the tasting room was simple-food was to be paired with every wine.
Judy smiles and says "if the people stocking the wine choose to put it back label forward, not much we can do about it."
Camping is supposed to be about good, wholesome fun for the whole family, and terrifying little Billy in order to entertain Judy isn't the way to go.
Meet Me in St. Louis - Starring Judy Garland singing her famous Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
The Ref - A Christmas Eve caper starring Dennis Leary, Kevin Sapcey and Judy Davis.
This classic film starring Fred Astaire and Judy Garland may be from yesteryear, but it is still very entertaining to watch.
As one of Degrassi's few Asian characters, Leia Chang (played by Judy Jiao) is no wallflower.
Melpomene was founded in 1982 by Judy Mahle Lutter.
Also taking part in this year's SXSW interview series are Kris Kristofferson, k.d. lang, Judy Collins, The Pretenders, Bill Bragg, and Sam Moore.
It was their work on the musical Chess that caught the attention of creative producer Judy Cramer who encouraged the duo to incorporate their existing ABBA songs into the musical theater format.
Actress and singer Judy Garland had a life marked by the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.
Judy Garland's real name was Frances Ethel Gumm.
Marta Kristen played Judy Robinson, the oldest of the Robinson children and a young adult.
The Oz books are perhaps best known for the movie-musical that was inspired by the first; the MGM movie The Wizard of Oz starring Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale.
The Wizard of Oz was the star-making role for sixteen year old Judy Garland, who was under contract with MGM.
Gays adopted the rainbow as their symbol, and Judy Garland was perhaps the first recognized 'gay icon'.
Ron Witwicky is Sam's dad and Judy is his mom.