10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «WAGGISH» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von waggish
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit waggish
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
The Tin Trumpet, Or Heads and Tales, for the Wise and Waggish
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.
Skewed Views: An Impish, Puckish, Even Waggish
Collection of ...
The author presents an eccentric, amusing cartoon look at the flaws and foibles that connect us to each other and to the world around us.
The Tin Trumpet: Or Heads and Tails for the Wise and Waggish
This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series.
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog: Stories
The "Young Dog" of the title is of course Thomas himself, and this volume of autobiographical stories by the great modern poet, who died at 39 while on his third lecture tour in the United States, shows his waggish humor at its best, his ...
When You Catch an Adjective, Kill It: The Parts of Speech, ...
One phenomenally entertaining language book. In his waggish yet authoritative book, Ben Yagoda has managed to undo the dark work of legions of English teachers and libraries of dusty grammar texts.
Extra Extremely Extreme: Over 1,500 Positively Preposterous ...
With more than 1200 questions, this new Would You Rather...? collection is antic, audacious, comic, comical, hilarious, humorous, hysterical, riotous, side-splitting, and uproarious and will provide hours of amusing, diverting, jocular, ...
Justin Heimberg, David Gomberg, 2009
A few remarks on mr. Hayward's English prose translation of ...
Goethe's meaning is perfectly consistent with his notion, that the Almighty permits
the activity of man to be stirred, consequently the waggish devil who performs this
office is the least offensive to God, since he is serving His, the Almighty's, ...
Containing the French before the Italian and the English
... waggish, a wag Espièglerie, s.f. scaltrimcnto, asluzia, a frolic, waggish trick
Espiiigard, s. ni spingarda, (t. milit.) spinguard Espion, s. ni. spia, о spioue, spy E-
.pionne, s.f. arm spia, a spy I-jpionner, i\ a. spiare, codiure, to spy, look out ...
Ferdinando Bottarelli, 1805
What's to Become of the Boy?, Or, Something to Do with Books
waggish moviemaker has not yet discovered this character: that masklike face
with its glittering morphine addict's eyes, that "mighty hunter before the Lord," that
inflated Nimrod, known later as "Herr Meyer" — surely the perfect subject for a ...
Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley
It might properly be termed the waggish. He began with a loud and beautifully-
modulated tone, in the voice that rolled on the serene night air like successive
peals of grand thunder. Methodist ministers are celebrated for sonorous voices;
10 NACHRICHTEN, IN DENEN DER BEGRIFF «WAGGISH» VORKOMMT
Erfahre, worüber man in den einheimischen und internationalen Medien spricht und wie der Begriff waggish
im Kontext der folgenden Nachrichten gebraucht wird.
Tummy tucks, country clubs tick up on Yellen's waggish rates …
Janet Yellen made her reputation as an early spotter of the looming slump seven years ago when she highlighted some unorthodox indicators of decline in ... «The Globe and Mail, Aug 15»
Theater Listings for June 26-July 2
'Churchill' A chatty, somewhat waggish Winston Churchill expounds on an action-packed career in SoloChicago Theater's one-man show, adapted and ... «New York Times, Jun 15»
How James Madison Separated Church and State
... careless, almost waggish bluntness of looks and expression which is not at all prepossessing.” Yes, Madison was cold to strangers—as well as to history. «Daily Beast, Jun 15»
Don't Dismiss Tradition (A Letter to the Modern World)
His writing was a broadly appealing blend of the beautiful, the waggish and the wise. Before long, he rose like a rocket in the British literary world. As one work ... «Patheos, Jun 15»
If It's New York vs. San Francisco, Only Waggish Cartoons Will Do
New York has world-class food, subway delays, and garbage stank. San Francisco on the other hand is sunny, with no nightlife and annoying techies. So what's ... «CityLab, Mai 15»
Theater Listings for April 24-30
'Churchill' A chatty, somewhat waggish Winston Churchill expounds on an action-packed career in SoloChicago Theater's one-man show, adapted and ... «New York Times, Apr 15»
Social Security and the Ghost of Ronald Reagan
Lotteries have been described by waggish statisticians as "a regressive tax on people who can't do math." I am beginning to think something similar about Social ... «Bloomberg View, Apr 15»
Rod Stewart review: He's having at least as much fun as you are
But that rep was also distant, recognised by his wry smile, a waggish thrust of his hips and the way Tonight's The Night (whose lines like "spread your wings and ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Apr 15»
Burial site of 'Don Quixote' author Miguel de Cervantes confirmed
Farewell, waggish jokes; farewell, wittiness; farewell, merry friends, for I am dying and longing soon to see you, happy in the life to come." Cervantes was buried ... «CNN, Mär 15»
In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited review: Best when at its most weird
... innocence and waggish corruption, brought the "David Lynch" you might have expected of a night of music from the filmmaker's films and TV show: nearly but ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Mär 15»