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Ford doesn't have time not to dolt -- not, at least, if they want to remain No.
Even under imperialism, positive things can be learned from "outsiders." In contrast to what happened to the Cantonese woman at the beginning, "Miss Higgs, the plainly dressed and plain-speaking missionary from Yorkshire, had saved her [Lai Fong] from her father when he attacked the orphanage to force her to return to their village to marry a dolt." Lim is seeking to decode history so that Malaysians and Singaporeans can shape its direction.
No, better wrap this Internet thingie up tight, because, after all, we can't have too much TV ["Are message boards going the way of the dodo or the dolt?" E&P, March 20, p.
As it is, James VI and I and the Reunion of Christendom is a long-overdue corrective to claustrophobic narratives of English (or even "British") histories of the early Stuarts, and to older works that treat King James as a drooling dolt. Patterson's erudite work reminds us that it is high time historians of early Stuart Britain renounced insularity as a required methodological approach.
There are few enough public toilets left open at the moment without some dolt making the queues even longer.
We are not so naive as to suppose that increased profits on the AWPs and the dolt bets will mean even the slightest improvement in margins as far as the racing punter is concerned.
In general, traits expressed early in the life cycle such as seed weight, emergence time, or seedling size are influenced more strongly by maternal genetic effects than direct (i.e., Mendelian) genetic effects (Biere 1991; Platenkamp and Shaw 1993; Montalvo and Shaw 1994; Schmid and Dolt 1994; Byers et al.
He figured there as a tongue-tied brute who appeared a dolt because he could only stammer.
Suddenly, I'm no longer a "dolt," but a little girl with long braids hunting for the chocolate eggs my parents hid earlier that morning.
On neither occasion did I see anything in Williamson resembling the vacuous dolt you portrayed in your article.
"Not a single grain, you worthless dolt! Get out and don't come back!" Ichiro shouted.
Nor was Hood the bumbling dolt that many writers have depicted.
While Genaro seems to be something of a dolt, Manuel displays the same intelligence and manliness as his father.
A "doodle" is a colloquial word for "a trifler, a dolt," and the verb "doodle" is taken by many to mean "make a fool of, cheat." The song seems to have been used by the British to provoke American troops during the Revolutionary War.
Words of no wisdom, a ref who's game for a barf and a Celt who's up for the cop WE described his son Josh as a "dolt from the Blue" in this very column earlier this season after a Wigan penalty miss and dad Dean has joined him with a bizarre rant at Scott Brown.