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Indicating that a bass drum, banjoes, tambourines and a flute should be played to accompany the singing of his poem, Lindsay told of bull-necked convicts, big-voiced lasses, and loons with trumpets; all had been warmly welcomed into heaven by God.
Kadyrov, a bull-necked, bearded boxing aficionado, has a penchant for grandiose architectural projects in the Chechen capital that has been almost entirely rebuilt since being severely damaged during the two separatist wars since the mid-1990s.
In his prime, he not only talked and behaved like a thug, but he also looked like one - the kind of bull-necked, pale-eyed, snarling psychopath who would gladly pull out your fingernails just for fun.
In his prime, he not only talked and behaved like a thug, but he also looked like one -- the kind of bull-necked, pale-eyed, snarling psychopath who would gladly pull out your fingernails just for fun.
In the same vein, all four of the main characters (Michael, Sarah, David and the bull-necked recruiter) are whisked from Alberta to Flanders for the last third of the movie; in the case of the recruiter, this is simply so that he can be killed off after witnessing the reality of the war.
If pictures tell stories, the bull-necked Emma looks as if she had a temper.
For instance, the gang boss of the road crew turns down Greene despite his six-day long wait to get a hearing, though the former would mindlessly "pick[s] out thin-armed white boys from the Virginia hills and the bull-necked Greeks and Italians" (82).
1 Aug 17, 2002: A not-so-sweet-looking 16, the bull-necked kid makes his first start for Everton in a 2-2 draw with Spurs.
So Jack walked out, worked his passage across the Atlantic and finally got his wish, all because of a bull-necked collier from County Durham.
Anyway, let's take no lectures on moral issues from the Aussies, some of whom can rival the most bull-necked Afrikaaner for instinctive racism.
as a throng of bull-necked, big-booted townsfolk descend upon him.
Kenwright is experiencing both the agony and the ecstasy of a snot-nosed, bull-necked kid's spectacular rise.
Last time I was there I was struck by the nature of many visitors - bullet-headed, bull-necked, tattooed, and that was only the women, Boom
PUBLIC school aside, British life offers precious few chances for educated, middle-class men to ladle on the liniment for a spot of outdoor grapple-and-tug, which makes the Six Nations Rugby, starting this weekend, such a welcome event for the bull-necked, sales-manager types who will be taking part.