Simon Weaver, the council's assistant director of finance and personnel, said: "Ron started work as a refuse collector and was affectionately
known as 'The Road Runner' because of his fast work rate.
To help carry out his plan of revenge, JC enlists the help of Rat, his trusted young friend from prison who he affectionately
refers to as "Young Gun" Champagne, who becomes JC's instant girlfriend, after an unrealistic sexual escapade at the gym in JC's building, and Champagne's friend Shaunna, who immediately becomes Rat's woman.
Ellipsoidal on plan (the ellipse is the late twentieth-century shape) they are reminiscent of Fosteritos, the affectionately
named entrances to the Bilbao metro.
So my advice to the patrons of the 'weenie wag,' as it is sometimes affectionately
called, is to enjoy it while they still can,"
This document, affectionately
referred to as DOFE, is a blueprint for all African Americans.
Leading the convoy will be one of the original Land Rovers built in 1948, affectionately
known as Old Hughie (Reg No HUE 166).
Elam injects a vibrant tone of wit, humor and realism through Zadie's entries into her diary, affectionately
Among other signature properties up for bid are the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center and CBS's headquarters, known affectionately
as Black Rock.
Peter Davey writes affectionately
of the homely and human windows of the Arts and Crafts and of Art Nouveau, and suggests that we can learn from these movements how to make our buildings more friendly.