I also like that all the vulgarians
are good players, and that I take no more pleasure in beating a vulgarian
than I would in beating, say, Mother Teresa or Billy Graham.
Gillray leads the parade of vitriol and high praise--rambunctious and reverential in equal measure--and he is joined by the vulgarian
William Dent, Charles Williams, Thomas Rowlandson and Isaac Cruikshank, all aiming their pens at London's most fashionable figures.
About a quarter of A la Recherche takes place on the Norman coast: mostly on the beaches where the hero, Marcel, falls under the spell of the young girls in blossom, with their sports-caps and their new-fangled bicycles; at the still existing Grand Hotel, where he ponders over the half-rustic, half-pretentious idioms of the lift-boy; and inside the local train, with his favourite Albertine on his visits to Mme Verdurin, the rich duplicitous domineering vulgarian
leasee of a manor house from the marquis de Cambremer, who is physically and intellectually degenerate.
Coulter Column Has More Harsh Words For Elizabeth Edwards Can you (or anyone) explain why that appalling vulgarian
To the vulgarian
Cherie Blair, who boasted that she and Tony often had sex five times a night when what she meant was five times a year.
It has now been embraced as a hallowed duty--the only morally progressive response to the anguished appeals of Clio herself, abused, aggrieved, and badly let down by Russian ineptitude, to help defend her European homeland against the advancing gender-neutral, jogging, blue-jeaned, foul-mouthed, T-shirted, and hip hopping vulgarian
There is plenty of humour provided by the slapstick duos of Sean Blowers and Jane Gurnett as Baron and Baroness Bomburst and Robert Taylor and Nigel Garton as the Vulgarian
Brian Williams, by some orders of magnitude a greater intellectual vulgarian
even than Mr.
I loved the twists and turns and the sheer vulgarian
way of Julian.
Julian is a complete vulgarian
, pathetic son of a bitch, cold, lethal, arrested development.
You name the political villain, human rights abuser or vulgarian
funder of this or that and you will find their architectural handmaidens, ready to satisfy every whim on projects from the megalomaniac private house right up to entire cities, built by slave labour.
Many of these words were coined to describe the fantasticated foods served up by the vulgarian
Kennedy, Johnson was a vulgarian
unfit for Georgetown salons.
In a pamphlet Rogers wrote in 1816 entitled A Statment of the Cruelties, Abuses, and Frauds which are Practised in Madhouses, he described Warburton marrying someone else, but the general theme of a vulgarian
promoted by luck and cunning is much the same.
Bialystock is a cartoonish, roly-poly, middle-aged vulgarian
who gets the dough to mount his crummy shows (like The Breaking Wind and a musical based on Hamlet called Funny Boy) by porking rich little old ladies, whom he distinguishes by nicknames such as "Hold-me-Touch-me" and "Yank-me-Spank-me.