told people it's a product before its time," Coyle said.
He likes the fact that, at a meeting with Japanese retailers at last July's NACDS Marketplace Conference, when asked kiddingly
if he had plans to enter Japan, he could respond that, no, he didn't, but that he was looking seriously at southeastern Pennsylvania.
When Editor-In-Chief Marjorie Sorge introduced Nasser at the lunch, she kiddingly
told him there were phone calls from DaimlerChrysler waiting for him.
referred to the formula as "creating by the numbers.
dismissed my wondering whether this had been physically exhausting: "Naah .
He also refers to "a certain Madame Sert" which shows a less than complete control over the milieu (or "maloo," as Josephine Herbst used kiddingly
to pronounce it), for Misia Sert, one of the great hostesses of the belle epoque and friend to Mallarme and so many other of the modern artists of France, deserves much more than the distancing diminishment of "a certain Madame Sert.
Consider the finest wordsmiths you know: They use pop-phrases only seldom, often guiltily, and usually kiddingly
Frederic, who does not take part in the priest-baiting, is profoundly attracted to the cleric, so much so that Rinaldi kiddingly
implies a sexual relationship (p.
Many, only half kiddingly
, noted that if the |80s was the light decade, the |90s would be the "even lighter" decade
As the media kiddingly
named them, "Two Nobodies from Nowhere," they continue to capture the creative curiosity of both the public and the media with their unique sense of humor and background.
That is why many people around the world kiddingly
refer to our justice system as 'The Money-la, Philippines way.
He also Waded for second baseman Marco Scutaro at the deadline, a deal kiddingly
called "The Blockbuster," as Scutaro was named MVP of the NLCS.