His real name's Olly - but Stumpy
seems to fit somehow.
He and Stumpy
embark on some madcap moments, including disguising themselves (as a monk and lawyer, respectively), sneaking women into their quarters without the nuns finding out, and auctioning off priceless religious relics.
Called Wooden Hands or Stumpy
because he wore prosthetic devices after a homemade bomb blew his hands off a decade ago, Marino was allegedly a prominent member of the Scissionisti (or "secessionists") clan of the Camorra.
However, with its beefy new shape, macho lines, stumpy
rear, stunning interior and "pocket rocket" performance, you can no longer say that.
Samuel lost touch with Terry, but remembers how the England skipper started on the road to stardom as a 'short and stumpy
midfielder' back in his junior days.
A huge statue of the mascot Stumpy
, fully decorated, stands tall at the entrance of the stadium.
The design of the 3008 is nicely balanced, with funky haunches and narrow side windows leading to a stumpy
nose, huge windscreen and impressive roof.
Most of Blyton's original characters are still featured in Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle, along with some new additions which include Stumpy
the Elephant and a bossy cockerel.
The dine had other oddities, including a birdlike beak, a long neck, a potbelly, stumpy
legs, and a short tail.
Well, there was that trick you pulled last bow season on that old buck we called Stumpy
because the last two inches of his right antler were broken off.
1 lash no-no--short, stumpy
lashes," says a Maybelline spokeswoman.
, 70, of Worcester past away quietly, Friday, December 14, 2007 at home surrounded by his family.
Don't forget the interactive options for those with Sky digital which include ongoing highlights, Willow & Stumpy
and a searchable player database.
It would seem, however, that those in the know are more clear about which end is which, demonstrated by the decision to pin this uncomfortable cellophane nappy around the backside of the building; placed beneath what some apparently consider to be its stumpy
and inadequate tail.
They include, among many others Clarence Muse, Hattie McDaniel, Nina Mae McKinney, Louise Beavers, Ethel Waters, Louis Armstrong, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Willie Best, Mantan Moreland, Tim Moore, Moms Mabley, Jack Johnson, The Dandridge Sisters, Ralph Cooper, Slappy White, Flip Wilson, Honi Coles, Butterbean and Susie, Stump and Stumpy
and Muhammad Ali.