10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OAFISHLY»
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Philip Larkin: A Concordance to the Poetry of Philip Larkin
By three o'clock Four o'clock: wedge-shadowed gardens lie O'er 2 A web of
drifting mist o'er wood and wold, Of deep December; blowing o'er the graves
Oafishly 1 Oafishly warm inside. I sit and beam Oaks 1 And gestures like these
Gar, v. to make, or oblige by force ; as, ' I'll gar you do it.' Garfits, sb. garbage.
Garsil, sb. hedging-thorns,or other brushwood used in making dead hedges.
Garth, sb. a yard, or small in- closure near a house. Ganv, v. to stare about
Walter William Skeat, 1873
Tom Frenkel, Sunnyside, N.Y. olden times — stack of unread Sunday papers.
jodeane Albright, Pocatello, Idaho oafishly — bass-ackwards. James Doherty,
Fall River, Mass. obbligato — 1. Sp. person who is forced to do a cat's bidding; 2.
Planet Google: One Company's Audacious Plan to Organize ...
Draws on interviews with Google's CEO and the heads of its newest businesses to trace the story of the company's ambitions and influence, covering such topics as its acquisition of YouTube and its role in reshaping business and culture.
He's so oafishly proud of that thing. Farther inland, we tromp through fields and
flop down together in heaps to rest in haystacks while Aleksei marches about
with his miniature rifle, pretending the tall banks are The Lost Crown 72.
Inconceivable Conceptions: Psychological Aspects of ...
We had some modest success with Melody, but then we couldn't for the life of us
get her nappy tapes to stick - we kept oafishly smearing them with cream. Worse,
Melody started to cry inconsolahly, and we left in a state of agonised anticipation
Jane Haynes, Juliet Miller, 2004
Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother: Stories of Loss and Love
In China, “growing up healthy and beautiful” includes “sleeping the back of the
head flat,” because we consider a flattened back of the head beautiful, and an “
oafishly protruding forehead and a spoon-shaped back of the head” as
something to ...
Storyteller: The Authorized Biography of Roald Dahl
He was tall, broad-shouldered and oafishly opinionated: a “smooth talker,” as
one former business partner described him,16 who “walked like a bear,” 17 and
whose restless blue eyes and strong bald dome of a head reminded Lady Bird ...
At least Wadley's oafishly inappropriate advances hadfinally spurred herto action.
Avoidingthemisty rain asmuch as possible,shedashed from the main
hospitalbuilding to theImaging Center. Once under the projecting eaves she
slowedto a ...
My Inflatable Friend: The Confessions of Rollo Hemphill
My way was blocked oafishly by Laszlo, our exceptionally short Hungarian
doorman, who apparently did not understand his role in the script and instead of
enhancing my image by making straight my way, interposed his diminutive,
plump self ...
Gerald Everett Jones, 2009
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OAFISHLY»
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Spectacularly WTF Restaurant Stories, Part 2
then laughed oafishly and said “you're a sweet guy, Bob.” The woman with him looked embarrassed but also laughed. I like to think that she ... «Jezebel, Jul 15»
Comic-Con Quick Picks: With Mark Evanier's pen, it's always a word …
... that blindsides us enough to delight us, and that deftly taps the funny bone instead of oafishly shattering it, like so much clumsy comedy. «Washington Post, Jul 15»
Victoria Coren Mitchell solves your problems
If your girlfriend still finds you oafishly flabby and hirsute, it may not be Justin Bieber she wants but Jessica Biel. Then again, you refer vaguely ... «GQ.com, Jul 15»
'Outlander' Did Something Radical Again
True to the way he was raised, Jamie had been oafishly possessive of Jenny's “honor” -- itself an antiquated and highly problematic notion ... «Huffington Post, Apr 15»
She, The Ultimate Weapon
Why did the military choose a naïve, emotionally fragile, oafishly-clumsy high school girl who looks like she isn't a day over 12 to stuff full of ... «Anime News Network, Apr 15»
'Knock Knock, It's Tig Notaro': Wherever she goes, there she is
... out on the open road with a film crew, joined by John Dore, an oafishly adorable comedian who serves as both her driver and opening act. «Washington Post, Apr 15»
Game of Thrones weapons master: 'we try not to kill people'
But while Joffrey named his sword Widow's Wail (and, rather oafishly, used it to cut the cake at his fateful wedding), Jaime later passed his ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 15»
Furious 7 Review: Thrilling, Ridiculous, and, Yes, Sad
And, muscled-up and oafishly macho as they may be—grunting with almost Dada levels of male performance—the films, beginning with The ... «Vanity Fair, Mar 15»
Watch: This Is What Up Would Look Like as a Horror Movie
Thankfully, Doug does not make an appearance in this video, so our memory of him as an oafishly lovable pooch can remain unsullied. «Slate Magazine, Mar 15»
Bloc Weekender 2015: the DiS review
Down the front for their Friday night set, the dancefloor is conspicuous by female dominance, which I had to oafishly puncture: lean against the ... «Drowned In Sound, Mar 15»