I'm mindful I'm going magnificent then look buffoon
got no "So I'm tempering that enthusiasm with a little bit of realism but I am hopeful, like I've said before, that we can add two or three players in positions where we feel we need a little bit more.
Bonneville's Head of Deliverance Ian Fletcher ponders the results of a study which suggests making the diving pool shallower, all the while continuing his unenviable struggle to stay afloat in a sea of buffoons
Without further ado, I would like to encourage you to play the role of the buffoon
and the director when teaching literature.
In Velazquez's case the role of Valladolid as buffoon
was established at the court, while Manet (here curiously mixing the body of Leon Leenhoff, his wife's illegitimate son, with facial features of Victorine Meurent) had to invent the fifer.
Frances Cress Welsing is "an intellectual buffoon
of the first order.
Note, for example, this passage: "[York] has been variously portrayed as a giant of superb physique and stamina; a buffoon
who contributed nothing more than comic relief to the expedition; a man whose blackness so appealed to the Indian women that he left a trail of kinkey-haired children across the West.
We also see him as a bestial buffoon
in David Parsons's Instinct and other surprises.
Everett Koop is condescending throughout his interview, making no effort to conceal his contempt for this buffoon
who thinks the penis is a bone and who wonders what it would be like to have a mobile phone surgically implanted in his chest.
Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, called Voltaire a buffoon
The English clown was descended from the Vice character of the medieval mystery plays, a buffoon
and prankster who could sometimes deceive even the Devil.
Originally Arlecchino, a stock figure of commedia dell ' arte (possibly from the name of a medieval demon or goblin), Harlequin became the buffoon
of French and then of English pantomime.
My Favorite Wife" -- Grant skillfully plays the romantic hunk and the comedic buffoon
in this movie about marital mix-ups.