Imagine the deals the shenanigan
king would be able to line up to take advantage of after he leaves office.
It doesn't make sense that I will expose the shenanigans
in the BOC, if my son is cheating on taxes as Faeldon is now accusing him of.
will be available in 750ml cork-and-cage bottles throughout Odell's 10 state distributor region.
In fact, local shenanigans
date back at least to 1944, during World War II.
Located at opposite ends of the city centre, Pogue Mahone in Seel Street and Shenanigans
in Tithebarn Street are excellent places to drink Guinness - and excellent examples of pubs which recreate the laid-back feel of Dublin's delightful boozers.
The next day her father is killed in a car wreck and all his financial shenanigans
come to light.
My reaction to such shenanigans
is to laugh at those idiots making fools of themselves, discussing things in which their knowledge is lacking, to say the least.
that took place on the floor of the House in the wee hours of July 27/28 in respect to the CAFTA vote ("Vote-buying and Arm-twisting," August 22 issue) resemble the same kind of shenanigans
that took place in the U.
After all, protecting the little guy against corporate shenanigans
(of which there is plenty today) is a traditional mission of progressivism.
Two still standing - apart from the Lion Tavern and The Railway eulogised here previously - are those two stalwarts standing together like two old Victorian gentlemen examining their pocket watches, the Brunswick Vaults and Shenanigans
The exploitation of this fear-based response recalls nothing so much as the campaign shenanigans
that secured George W.
OLDER fans of the soap - at least those allowed to stay up until 11pm - can tune in to the Crossing The Line episodes, featuring saucy shenanigans
with Lisa, Ben, Andy and Lee.
Co-artistic director KT Nelson weighs in with the full-company Lost at Sea and Shenanigans
, a duet for Anne Zivolich and the infinitely elastic Private Freeman.