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Uzun saçlı o kız Judy'dir. - That girl who has long hair is Judy.

Saçı uzun olan kız Judy. - That girl whose hair is long is Judy.

punch and judy show
punch ve Judy show
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A diminutive of Judith, also used as a formal female given name
A mountain mentioned in Quraan
{i} female first name (form of Judith); family name
an abbreviation of Judith
Punch and Judy Show. Chicago Judy Judy Cohen Garland Judy
{i} female first name; girl or woman, girlfriend (British Slang)
Judy Chicago
orig. Judy Cohen born July 20, 1939, Chicago, Ill., U.S. U.S. multimedia artist. She studied at UCLA, and in 1970 she adopted the name of her hometown. Motivated by perceived discrimination in the art world and alienation from canonical art traditions, she developed "environments" featuring feminine imagery. Her most notable work, The Dinner Party (1974-79), is a triangular table with place settings for 39 important women, each represented by personalized ceramic plates and table runners embellished with embroidery styles typical of their eras. This installation established her reputation as a leader in feminist art. In 1973 she cofounded the Feminist Studio Workshop and Woman's Building in Los Angeles
Judy Garland
a US film actress and singer who first appeared in films as a child. She is most famous for appearing as the character Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (1939). Other films include Meet Me in St Louis (1944) and A Star is Born (1954) (1922-69). orig. Frances Gumm born June 10, 1922, Grand Rapids, Minn., U.S. died June 22, 1969, London, Eng. U.S. singer and film actress. Born into a family of vaudeville performers, she made her stage debut at age three. She toured with her sisters until making her debut in a short film, Every Sunday (1936). She was a hit in Broadway Melody of 1938 and starred as a wholesome girlfriend in nine films with Mickey Rooney, including Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938). She became an international star as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (1939). Among her other musical hits were Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Easter Parade (1948), and Summer Stock (1950). Her sweet but powerful voice and emotional range made her a legendary concert performer. After record-breaking engagements at the London Palladium and New York's Palace Theatre, she returned to the screen in triumph in A Star Is Born (1954), and she was acclaimed for her role in Judgment at Nuremberg (1961). Her life was troubled by broken marriages and a reliance on drugs, which led to her early death. Her daughters, Liza Minnelli (by Vincente Minnelli) and Lorna Luft, followed her to the musical stage
Judy Garland
(1922-1969, born Frances Gumm) American award-winning actress and singer who is most remembered for her role in "The Wizard of Oz
Punch and Judy
A two sided ideological battle, or contradictory arguing

Like all binary debates, while it's certainly true that questions about public service broadcasting and the role of the BBC have risen up the agenda recently, it is easy, even from the offices of the BBC in White City, to get stuck in a Punch and Judy discourse.

Punch and Judy
A traditional sideshow often found at seaside resorts, consisting of various glove puppets operated by one man in a small tent style booth theatre
Punch and Judy Show
English puppet show starring the cruel husband Punch and his nagging wife Judy (derived from the Italian commedia dell'arte)
Punch and Judy show
A Punch and Judy show is a puppet show for children, often performed at fairs or at the seaside. Punch and Judy, the two main characters, are always fighting. a traditional type of entertainment for children, especially at British seaside towns, that uses puppets