chiseler


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Felice had her own family miseries--most everyone does, though she had not told Franz what they were: that her sister had secretly borne an illegitimate child, that her father had lived with a woman not his wife, that her brother was a chiseler and a deadbeat--and the idea of being lifted out of such confines in an acceptable way must have seemed appealing.
123) Among the ideological ambiguities abounding in the passage of this act are the following facts: Moretti, a strong liberal and supposedly sensitive to the stereotype of welfare recipient as chiseler, said: "We had no desire to protect the goddam welfare cheats.
But if the elegant con man played by John Lithgow travels with the classy baggage of Frank Loesser and Rodgers and Hart, the crass chiseler played by Norbert Leo Butz has an entirely different comic pedigree.
A catalogue published in conjunction with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 1999 exhibition of Renaissance armor inspired by "the forms and ornament found in classical art," this work includes not only photographs from the exhibition, but also extensive background information regarding "Filippo Negroli of Milan, chiseler of arms in iron with leaves and figures," as Vasari termed this innovative armorer from Milan.
Only today's hated chiseler, the for-profit health industry, loses out.
Is he not also likely to be a cheat, a chiseler, and, worst of all, a newcomer?
This fragmentation, accompanied by the paralytic immobility of the hypnotic trance, deprives woman of anatomical self-awareness, reducing her to a formless stone block awaiting the inscriptions of the hypnotist and chiseler.
By the spring of 1974, "to many Americans, he seemed both crooked and mean, and a tax chiseler too" (462).
Featuring five completely different games -- Upsy Daisy, Le Food Feud, Inside Outwords, Chiseler and Djali Bowling -- each with a two-player option and varying difficulty levels, Disney's "Hunchback of Notre Dame Topsy Turvy Games" offers challenging gameplay for players of all ages and skill levels.
They told Iain Duncan Smith, aka the Chingford chiseler, exactly what they thought of him.
Alex plays the stepson of a chiseler and winds up the episode performing a song by Emmy Award-winning composer Joe LoDuca.