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Iuvenes prope festum Woodstock, Augusto 1969.
Volkswagen Beetle modo hippiensi pictum, symbolum exarmationis nuclearis et locutionem potestas floralis ("flower power") monstrans.
Laophorium modo hippiensi pictum.
Repugatores contrabellum in Lincoln Park Sicagi. Grex MC5 canere videtur.
Homo quasi hippiensis in Conventu Arcorum Pluviorum Russico apud Nezhitino anno 2005 cithara psallit.
Hippie vestiments tie-dyed gerit.

Hippie (vocabulum Anglicum) est socius contraculturae liberalis, primum motus iuvenum qui, in Civitatibus Foederatis et Britanniarum Regno annis 1960 orientis, ad alias orbis terrarum civitates extentus est.

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Nomen hippie, ex hipster vocabulo Anglico natum, primum beatniks describebat qui Oppidulo Grenovicensi in vico Neoeboracensi habitabant et in districtum Haight-Ashbury Franciscopolis migraverant. Herbertus Caen, diurnista diarii San Francisco Chronicle, hoc vocabulum Franciscopolitanis introduxit.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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