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The Street insider added: "Kevin, a dyed-in-the-wool male chauvinist, will have to do his best to keep her.
Being a dyed-in-the-wool humanist and thoroughly secular Jew, I didn't pay close attention to the phenomenon, except to register a general sense of distrust for forces that put the supernatural above the daily needs of the planet's suffering majority.
The first and natural reaction of any dyed-in-the-wool metalcaster: "Bull
Less than two weeks after this sighting, Gallagher and his buddy Bobby Ray Harrison--art history professor, photographer, southerner, and dyed-in-the-wool ivory-bill chaser--hit the swamp with Sparling, canoeing through the bayou in search of the mystery bird.
One of my friends, a dyed-in-the-wool socialist, reckons Gordon Brown stands head and shoulders above David Cameron as a political figure.
Extras include extended interviews and biographies, in this superb gift for dyed-in-the-wool Beatles fans.
Chelsea fan Dave Johnstone, editor of cfcuk fanzine, said: "Sky don't care about the dyed-in-the-wool fans.
Now dyed-in-the-wool crook Siddall, 30, could be left feeling even more off-colour - he's facing a stretch in jail.
Even dyed-in-the-wool University of California, Los Angeles, fans can't help but watch something very special in our midst.
Even a panel of a dozen dyed-in-the-wool northerners could hardly have claimed Tarn Bay's achievement was in the same league as the dual-Derby hero.