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'Hey' can also refer to...

Cressida J. Heyes

Donald Holroyde Hey (1904—1987) organic chemist

Georgette Heyer (1902—1974) novelist

Hes/Hey proteins

Hey Babe (Juliana Hatfield album)

Hey! Baby (Bruce Channel album)

Hey Boy! Hey Girl!

Hey Diddle Diddle

Hey for Honesty, Down with Knavery

Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology (Ramones album)

Hey, Let's Twist

Hey Robin, jolly Robin, tell me how thy Lady does

Jean Hey (fl. 1494—1504)

Jean Hey (c. 1475—1505)

John Hey (1734—1815) divine

John Heys Benson (b. 1929)

Judith Heyer

Richard Hey (1745—1835) essayist and mathematician

Spurley Hey (1872—1930) educational administrator

Wilhelm Hey (1790—1854)

William Hey (1772—1844) surgeon

William Hey (1736—1819) surgeon


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The Hey, or Hay (Fr., haie, haye, chaîne; It., bissa, catena; Ger., Kette), is a serpentine dance figure or, in rare cases, a full dance. Also called a Reel, a ...

Subjects: Dance.

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