ignoramus


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Last time I looked every ' dad wasn't a yellow ignoramus, a caveman or an obese porker.
I HAD the misfortune to meet our ex-chief constable years ago when he first came to our city, and I thought he was a pompous, ignoramus then.
OK, the caption for the top photograph on page 82 of the March issue was written by an ignoramus who knows nothing about airdrop procedures if this person believes "[A] crew pushes the forklift platform out of a C-130 aircraft.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has exposed himself as a public school ignoramus from the same mould as David Cameron and George Osborne.
The fiery Defensor-Santiago even went on to the extent of denigrating the slogan as work of an ignoramus.
As an ignoramus myself, all my bets for this week's Major are based purely on names.
He was mocked as an ignoramus who knew nothing about the important portfolios that he handled, fertilisers and chemicals, and for his inability to connect with anybody outside his Madurai constituency because he could understand no language other than his native Tamil.
Of course, Alton did not return our e-mails asking if he'd ever visited Arkansas or knew anything about the Crystal Bridges project or any of its announced collection, so we can't officially call him an ignoramus, though we'd like to.
I took pity on one ignoramus after he was sent packing by a particularly stressed turf accountant.
IN the mid-1920s I was born a complete economic ignoramus and continued in this manner as I became older.
Bryan, "The Government of Performance: Ignoramus and the Micropolitics of Tutor-Student Relations" (87-114); Eric Leonidas, "Theatrical Experiment and the Production of Knowledge in the Gray's Inn Revels" (115-28); Sarah Knight, "Fantastical Distempers: The Psychopathology of Early Modern Scholars" (129-52); Helen Higbee, "Cambridge at Sea: Byrsa Bastilica and the Commercialization of Knowledge" (153-74); Odai Johnson, "Drama in the Academies of Early America" (175-88).
Now they are going to accuse me of exporting terrorism At the very least we could say poor ignoramus.
Coun Peter Hollingworth (Con, Harborne) said: "Whichever ignoramus decidedtodropped this apostrophe should put it right free of charge.
So while an ignoramus like Ramode can rattle off ad hominem invective without penalty, gay and lesbian soldiers could lose their jobs just by rebutting her.
Meanwhile, in Portugal, a company imaginatively homed Ignoramus has introduced a herbal tea geared to smokers called 'Tea Special for Smokers'.