But the one thing I categorically refuse to do is to spank an industry reeling under idiotic decisions made by grandstanding politicians, or doddering
solons on the bench more concerned with fears than facts.
Always one to please her fans, Cho portrays a second character in the film--her famously doddering
Our brave, stalwart President and his loyal band of altruistic acolytes, who ignored the weak, doddering
, and senile protestations of the entire Commie Pinko Yellow Rat Bastard World by taking this country into a preemptive war based on charges of weapons of mass destruction that mysteriously never materialized?
David Cangelosi's lovely tenor in Beppe's serenade belied the inexplicable-and tiresome--characterization imposed on him of a doddering
nonagenarian, the one false note in the evening's productions.
Sir Thibault (Reno) and his loyal vassal Andre (Clavier) are thrown forward in time to 20th-century Chicago by a doddering
Proof that the president had not made a "mistake" by introducing Osbourne came later in the speech, when he displayed more than a passing acquaintance with the doddering
, drug-addled rock star's oeuvre.
An immigrant who spent his entire career with a US icon, Goizueta tied his native Cuba in 1960 with only $20 in his pocket and 100 Coke shares in a New York bank By the time of his death in 1997, the Coca-Cola Chairman was worth $1 billion and had transformed Coke from a doddering
giant into one of the world's most successful and admired companies.
So Kissinger and Nixon wanted to prop up the doddering
Just the possibility that something could perk up doddering
pets is stirring discussion of the mental problems of aged animals.
There's a doddering
grandmother confined to an upstairs bedroom, an abusive alcoholic father, a bisexual wedding groom, at least One Big Secret, and the usual beleaguered women trying to hold the whole social unit together.
That kind of nostalgia is dismissed as nothing more than the rose-colored visions of doddering
oldsters prone to starting off too many sentences with "When I was a kid.
You might think that a magazine in its 96th year, put out by an association in its 116th, would be well into its dotage, doddering
around like an old codger revelling in long-past successes.