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Halfway through the project, we started to wonder how the researchers involved in WiNo perceived and evaluated the challenges and opportunities of this new type of RwL research.
In Ninth Street, we say, "I don't know if that's the thing to do; in fact, I don't think that's what it's about at all." The two winos question the whole American way of life.
Notice, first, that the laugh the wino gets with his malapropistic traffic directing refers us quite specifically to cars moving at high rates of speed though wasted black neighborhoods; the observation is buried in the wino's discourse but gives it a fully imagined realism.(16) Note also the ironizing of masculine prowess in the wino's threats against both the ice cream "boy" (!) and the defenseless junkie.
Winos are a major embarrassment to big companies producing the cheap wines bought by down-and-out drunks.
An der Universitat Freiburg beschaftigen sie sich am Beispiel von WiNo damit, wie Wissenschaft besser in die und mit der Region kommunizieren kann.
Back in May, Wino gave away two other kittens to thrilled goddaughter Dionne Bromfield, 12, above.
RECOVERING Amy Winehouse left her London clinic to head down to Somerset yesterday for her much-anticipated performance, Wino was all smiles as she left rehab in micro shorts and a stripy vest.
FOR YEARS Scott Wienrich, aka Wino, has been putting his stamp on the independent music world.
If you don't wino ne of the prizes you can still go along and on the day,accompanied children aged 16 and under are admitted free.
Hill mean to say that, just because a 12-year-old sees a Woodbridge ad on TV, he's going to become a brain-dead, plonk-swilling wino? Sounds like a stretch, we thinks.
My favorite is an essay called "Reading Your Dinner Its Rights" that begins with a meditation on "harvesting" game, segues into a soliloquy on our new penchant for pampering the animals we eat ("free-range" chicken and beef) and concludes with the Swiftean proposal that if we ate the homeless ("free-range humans") we might find it in our hearts to care for them in a more humane fashion, on the principle that no one wants to sit down to Flank of Wino knowing that the creature upon whom we are about to feast has, all too recently, been sleeping on a grate.
Then, driving downtown today, I saw that same old Indian wino who must have borrowed a thousand quarters from me over the years.
Morgan Buckley(Wino Boys), Galactic Beat Club, Lerosa and Kenny Hanlon.
For the parents, spouses, siblings Where bereavement takes its toll.Whose pain will never leave them, It eats into their soul For the wino on the corner, Of his old life nothing's left.