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Becky (television personality)

is a Japanese television personality, or tarento, signed with the entertainment company Sun Music Productions. Beginning in late 2009, she began a music career under the name Becky♪♯, with the eighth note and sharp representing "a different half of Becky stepping up".

Becky

Becky may refer to:

  • Becky (television personality), a Japanese celebrity
  • Tropical Storm Becky (1970)
  • Becky!, an email client

Becky (song)

"Becky" is the first single of Plies's fourth album, Goon Affiliated. The track was released on the internet by Plies via his Twitter.

The song had its radio station premiere on Power 107.1 in Macon, Georgia on June 23, 2009. The song has since sold over 2,789,000 copies, also peaked at number #1 on Bubbling Under Hot 100 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

It's also the 6th time Plies and producer J.R. Rotem have worked together. They worked together on Plies previous singles " Bust It Baby Pt. 2" featuring Ne-Yo and " Want It, Need It" featuring Ashanti.

Becky (film)

Becky is a 1927 comedy film directed by John P. McCarthy.

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becky

n. A diminutive of the female given name Rebecca.

Usage examples of "becky".

He asked Becky why she was disinclined to speak the word blood and to acknowledge that butchered and processed livestock continued to bleed into the polystyrene and plastic wrap of its commercial packaging material.

Transcripts were transferred and Betsy, Glover, Brooks, Rollins, and Little Becky were registered for fall enrollment at the Towne High School in twelfth, eleventh, and ninth grades.

David had carefully examined Becky, had started the IV, had done routine bloodwork and urinalysis, and had a flat plate and an upright X-ray taken of her abdomen.

Becky and Bruce were at the other end of the little wood with Muffin, she could hear their happy voices, and just for the moment she wished with all her heart that she could call a halt to time and stay there in the sunshine with the bluebells all around her and the thin evening light dappling the trees.

I should have had this epiphany three weeks ago, when Scotty stopped carpooling with Burke, Manda, and me and started getting rides from a girl named Becky who goes to Eastland.

At any rate, Becky seemed to understand how necessary a fresh supply of presentable hankies was to Harvey without his having to go into details about the carrot muffins and the burglars and the Niagara fall of gratified tears.

Little Becky had wanted to know last summer as she slip sloppily balanced along roily rocks and squeezed between the trunks of two high-reaching and rough-ribbed tamaracks grown up on either side of a boulder.

Glover had promised virtuously and Becky had hugged him as Alden reread the shifty little pamphlet to determine what, in fact, had been agreed to.

But they had all signed some sort of sham pledge on the back cover and, as Becky said at the time, felt better.

Coke, handing him the bottle for swigs as Little Becky complained of being reached over.

Little Becky gazed up at her Aunt Lily, fallen too shy to work on the first impression she had planned to make, a sort of Sarah Bernhardt and Sara Crewe pastiche, standing injured yet indomitable in the face of adversity.

Again, she said, for Alden and Becky and the boys had last visited some years ago when the boys were very small and Little Becky had just not yet been born.

She had noticed a pretty striped snake essing through the grass and Little Becky looked like a screecher at snakes.

There was only that one week we all went to Bermuda together, but Little Becky was too young to be anybody yet, she was just three, wow, that was ten years ago.

Lily led Becky up the grand, curving staircase and a second lesser, twisting flight of stairs to the attic.