The offshoot band became known as "Halos," which, according to local historians, was a Calapooia term for "poor and no-account
What type of business truly gives away anything for free or hires lazy, no-account
, unskilled employees?
To whip up popular appeal for the 1994 Million Man March, Louis Farrakhan declared war on no-account
black men, and singled out dead-beat dads in particular.
accountants, see-no-evil stock analysts, subservient "independent" board members, gelded regulators, purchased politicians--every supposed check on executive plunder and piracy has been shredded.
On the Democratic side, the candidates fought to establish: 1) Who is the most mendacious, no-account
, scumball of a campaigner, and 2) who has been most consistently dedicated to upholding Roe v.
LET'S hope the legions of do-gooders read the Sunday Mirror's article on the two young offenders who, even after being "punished" with paid-for jaunts around the world, carried on with their no-account
lives of crime.
It was a bit of no-account
nonsense compared to the kind of material Sinatra delivered, but once again he had managed to capture the mood of the moment and he laughed uproariously when they told him it had once again made him top of the pops.
It saves me a lot of time dealing with no-account
Graham argue in the same book that women may have evolved a slight advantage in deciphering nonverbal emotional cues, given long-standing pressures for them to care for infants (who cannot speak) and identify reliable mates (distinguishing them from no-account
Casanovas who may recite the same ode to commitment).
It is unquestionably a pragmatic description, but no one could call it elegant; indeed, it is just the kind of populist, no-account
neologism that the Academie Francais would bar from general usage.
Who should merit such glory but Shaul Linyear, the no-account
menace who snuffed out the life of a loving husband and father of four -- leaving a family devastated, penniless and alone," Peyser wrote.
That's the way it goes in life--one little no-account
doily, and a girl is marked for life.
Angela makes Effie's bid to reclaim her life and career, "I Am Changing," a proud moment; Warren pumps a terrific balance of humor and bitterness into Lorrell's "Ain't No Party"; and "Listen" (written for the movie and interpolated here) is effectively repurposed as a duet in which Deena asks Effie for forgiveness, and Effie urges Deena to dump no-account
Jean-Claude Rouget brought Stacelita back in February in a no-account
three-runner event at Toulouse, where a comfortable win provided no clues as to what she might become, but a month later, at Saint-Cloud, she made all in a Listed contest and went into many notebooks as a filly with a future.