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Instead I'll sit and write myself some poetry But no more doggerel and no more poppycock, The urgent need is now for deep philosophy, For polished words and phrases to delight and shock: I think therefore I am - ah, yes thafs a good start If on a par with Descartes, good now what comes next?
David Bellamy now calls global-warming fears "poppycock" and says "global warming is largely a natural phenomenon."
The food giant said Lincoln Snacks generates annual sales of around $45 million; its two flagship brands are Poppycock and Fiddle Faddle.
Chicago-based Ubiquity Brands has its Poppycock snack in holiday gear, with plans to launch the product in collectible Christmas tins and canisters, along with a board book for children.
Poppycock, I said, well, because any opportunity to use a word like poppycock cannot be ignored.
For the court to say that throughout the Claremont litigation it has deferred to the representative branches regarding education policy is pure poppycock. Whether to enact a statewide definition of an adequate education is every bit as much a policy choice as how to write such a definition.
Poppycock. Andrea Dworkin did not have many virtues as a thinker or writer, but no one can say she was obscure.
She states "Forest management has quite literally, failed to see the forest for the trees." What poppycock. I have spent over 50 years planting, growing, protecting, and caring for forest land and was carefully taught to take into consideration all of the values of forest land.
(In this the book resembles Gordon Corrigan's Mud, Blood and Poppycock ...
has introduced Poppycock Just the Nuts!, a snack that includes almonds, cashews and pecans, all smothered in Poppycock candy glaze.
Poppycock, says Hibbing, a political scientist at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Lewis calls such allegations "poppycock." Says the soft-spoken chief executive: "Ever since we did the deal, people have been saying that we've been acquired and I sold out.
Poppycock. Rice was the greatest Irish engineer of the twentieth century.
"Considering [Tiger Woods'] age and his physical training regimen, that sounds like so much poppycock, especially since by his own admission he tees it up less frequently than practically everyone."
Based on Timothy's highly personal and subjective testimony, Tony Hiss describes one of Chambers' key charges as "fabricated without even a seed of truth" and agrees with Timothy's conclusion that the whole spy story was "mostly poppycock."