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windbag

the bag in a set of bagpipes, which provides a continuous flow of air to the pipes
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But the man who became commonly known as the Welsh windbag and let his defences down to allow Margaret Thatcher to slip through Labour's defences for a third term in office, is quoted as saying: 'I have great respect for Mark Hughes but I think Earnie [Robert Earnshaw] should have started against Russia - and his performance against Scotland showed why.
Early voting on the trusty AOL poll showed last night a phenomenal 80 per cent of users identifying the Welsh windbag as the person they want out the most of the nominated trio, herself, Cameron and Steph.
The history of Haiti is a history of horrible brutality" intoned neo-con windbag Michael Barone of U.
The government is full of windbag bureaucrat jobs where we could drastically cut the salaries and the cause of good government would never miss a beat.
It was the same method used against Neil Kinnock in tagging him as the Welsh Windbag.
Lofty tweeted us to say: "We certainly don't want that windbag for king.
Ex-Marseille boss Rolland Courbis fumed: "i've nicknamed Evra The Windbag - the moment a microphone appears, he hogs it.
Windbag I AM often baffled about the traffic calming measures.
I take it he's referring to Baron Kinnock of Bedwellty, once given that xenophobic windbag tag by London's gutter press.
The next time the Caledonian windbag - Andy Gray - starts drivelling away about the Premier League being the best in Europe, just respond 'Bolton Wanderers'.
I prefer the opinions of Charlton and his team-mates to those of a Scottish windbag like Lorne Jackson, who would be out of breath just running to catch a bus.
However, let the Top Gear chaps - the winsome Richard Hammond, the windswept James May, the windbag Jeremy Clarkson bang on about them and she's all ears.