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At which point someone thought of Karloff, who had been born bow-legged, with a stutter and a lisp, the latter something he never quite conquered.
If you take a breed like the Cavalier and continually try and reduce it in size, and incessantly use bow-legged dogs to breed from, then soon things are going to go wrong.
"Walk Right In" was written by the early-twentieth-century banjo player Gus Cannon and is delivered in a gleeful Taylor arrangement that features Corey Harris on lead vocal and banjo; Taylor's "Bow-Legged Charlie" juxtaposes a strangely Latin rhythm with lyrics about a black cowboy, and "Deep Blue Sea" is of one of several blues and blues-inflected songs on the program.
I'm flat-chested, sharp-spined, bow-legged. My skin is
Sioux City[R] Sarsaparilla bottles are decorated with bow-legged cowboys.
Some of them were hair-lipped, others were blear-eyed, or hump-backed, or bow-legged, or clump-footed; hardly any of them looked like other people.
# THE 'bow-legged chicken' song was a huge hit in the US for country and western star Bonnie Lou in 1953 and reached No.4 in the UK charts the following year.
Ricketts: Bow-legged because he spends so much time warming the bench
The link between varus thrust and worsening of osteoarthritis is partially explained by varus alignment of the static knee, which is defined as a hip-knee-ankle angle of more than 0[degrees] in the varus, or bow-legged, direction, she said.
The link between varus thrust and worsening OA is partially explained by varus alignment of the static knee, defined as a hip-knee-ankle angle of more than 0[degrees] in the varus, or bow-legged, direction.
"Just this summer, I had twenty girls come to me bow-legged and by the end their legs were straight." How did she do it?
I will not mention the dog who was apparently the deal of the century and turned out to be a one-eyed, bow-legged scrap called Randy.
The ninth sentence has a bow-legged audacity I rather enjoyed: "Tom grunts like a girl as he hurdles a black-spotted sow.
But if cammede kongons means' bow-legged changelings', referring to deformed offspring of devils, smithying in an earthly hell of a forge, we can sec a darker and more sinister side to its comedy.
As for Wyoming's low consumption of wine, I can only reflect that my perception of a cowboy is of a weatherbeaten, bow-legged type (of the kind you see in the Marlboro ads), gulping shots of whiskey down in a saloon.