The "bleating" sheep echoes Baraka's more contemptuous "spavined
whine and plea," even if Cruse doesn't go so far as to insist, as Baraka does, that the "real business" at hand is "cutting throats!" (Home 120)
Jaws swollen with distemper and spavined
limbs were considered no obstacle to military utility.
This piece of equine ethnography represents seriously spavined
science, as Gulliver's field observations of Yahoo communality demonstrate.
Should we overlook the lame lines and spavined
stanzas of Patricia Ikeda, forty-nine years old, and "a socially engaged Buddhist activist in the Bay Area" because she is over the hill?
Likely they'll get the hump so humpishly that they'll productivate like spavined
The fact that economies with demonstrably "weak" labor movements (notably the now defunct, or at least spavined
, "lions" of South-East Asia -- Korea, Malaysia and Thailand) have not proven themselves fireproof in the midst of a global meltdown stands out like a beacon in Brenner's view of things that all is not well in the supply-side argument.
I had often seen the Wrecking Crew, that quartet of spavined
octogenarians whose pride it was that they never let anyone through, scatter like leaves on an autumn gale at the sound of her stentorian "Fore!" A forceful and interesting personality.
So even though his Times endorsement remained with the lame and spavined
Conservative campaign, Murdoch's boobs-and-butts-drenched tabs carried Blair's water.
"The best thing we're restoring is them, not the church," Pat Taylor says as he watches three teenagers shovel dirt into wheelbarrows and then empty the dirt into his spavined
On the other hand, the right-wimg attacks that PBS has suffered are so mean-spirited that you sort of almost kind of feel sentimentally inclined to try to prop up that spavined
and all but dead horse.