How To Use Wether In A Sentence

  • Though he has been on scholarship for the past two seasons, Mr. Merriewether, who wasn't recruited, says he's offended by the term walk-on and has done everything he can to welcome the nonscholarship players into the team's rituals. Who Invited All the Walk-Ons?
  • Sanitation work of the entire region into bellwether.
  • For decades the company was the bellwether of the British economy.
  • The wether is a sort of sheep with worms in its head. Archive 2008-08-01
  • We then went on to discuss wether photocopying pages of crochet books was a sin, and would she go to hell for it?
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  • Intel's share price has been gaining steadily and from a US economic perspective it will be seen as a bellwether as far as indicting the state of the high technology sector.
  • If voters pass it, California - a bellwether state for criminal justice trends - will have among the country's most sweeping DNA sampling policies.
  • A Suffolk University survey taken Saturday and Sunday showed Brown with double-digit leads in three communities the poll identified as bellwethers: Gardner, Fitchburg and Peabody. CourierPostOnline.com - News
  • So a bellwether is the head ram with a bell hung around its neck.
  • It capped a memorable first season in charge for Wetheriggs manager Andrew Ridley, his assistant Bob Norman and coach Paul Renwick.
  • There is truly nowhere a sheep will not follow the bellwether.
  • Most adult sheep were wethers (castrated rams) raised mainly for wool.
  • The nuances of scientific baseball could not compete with the brute strength, virile showmanship, and instant gratification of the round-tripper, and the bellwether of brawn, of course, was Babe Ruth. WILLIE MAYS
  • After the two minutes silence we adjourned to Wetherspoon's for a coffee before the parade left for the parish church.
  • Reserve placing in the native breeds went to Mule Wether lamb entries from Andrew Fisher of Pateley Bridge, a fieldsman for Craven Cattle Marts.
  • The six-year-old, a winner in the summer, returned to the fray at Wetherby recently and ran as though in need of the race when finishing unplaced to Brandy Wine.
  • Often seen as a bellwether for economic activity, haulage companies need less congestion and better traffic management systems. Times, Sunday Times
  • He said there were several other accidents on the ring road, and others on the B1225 York-Wetherby road and on the A64 to the north-east of York, but within the city boundary.
  • All subsequently cut fleeces are known as wether wool and possess relatively somewhat less value than the first clip. Textiles For Commercial, Industrial, and Domestic Arts Schools; Also Adapted to Those Engaged in Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Wool, Cotton, and Dressmaker's Trades
  • In the days prior to the announcement the market had been nervous that a set of disappointing figures from the bellwether of the tech stocks could have precipitated a significant drop in share prices.
  • Steel is a good bellwether of economic activity as it is used in construction, cars and manufacturing. Times, Sunday Times
  • IBM is considered the bellwether stock on Wall Street.
  • The advertising sector is a bellwether for economic confidence given that it is a gauge of how much the world's companies are spending. Times, Sunday Times
  • David Wetherall and Mark Bower were always on top of old warhorse Wayne Allison, who on Saturday's evidence looks past his sell-by date.
  • It's not been your more bellwether economic stocks. Times, Sunday Times
  • He has blasted the Mansfield striker's ‘poor attitude’ during his loan stay at Wetherby Road.
  • The term loss leader is thrown about with regards supermarkets yet Wetherspoons gets not a mention for undercutting locals. Yep its cunt of the year time: Tim Marin head of J D Wetherspoon.
  • Nationally, Wisconsin is considered a bellwether state because ban opponents here will have considerable lead time to mount an aggressive campaign to stop the amendment.
  • Tech stocks also suffered, despite some positive news concerning two bellwethers.
  • David Wetherall headed the cross for Watford's first corner which was scrambled away.
  • Steel is a good bellwether of economic activity as it is used in construction, cars and manufacturing. Times, Sunday Times
  • You emphasize that, as a man alienated by modern life, Kaczynski is "average," "emblematic" of his time, and "a bellwether" of where things are headed, rather than a bizarre and isolated case. The Disease of the Modern Era
  • Wetherby may have decided to feather his nest by blackmail.
  • It's a bellwether stock and always under scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • Give never the wolf the wether
  • In a short stock market statement announcing the departures, Martin thanked the two men for "their hard work and contribution to JD Wetherspoon over recent years" but offered no explanation. Wetherspoon pub directors ousted
  • The utility player spent last season at Wetherby Road.
  • Not knowing wether or not you have contracted a STD is a catastrophic thing. Balkinization
  • Do you really not believe that you have something vested in wether or not a top official in the White House outed an operative who may have been able to obtain better information regarding the Nuclear issues in Iran? Think Progress » Matthews on Rove Indictment: ‘It Could Be Today’
  • The nine-year-old, a previous winner over this course and distance, ran a nice race in sixth on his seasonal comeback at Wetherby three weeks ago in a hurdle race.
  • ICI used to be a bellwether of the British manufacturing sector.
  • The system encouraged a change from wethers to ewes.
  • Nor has her quixotic campaign in a bellwether seat yet ignited. Times, Sunday Times
  • But that was before the Queen's horse, Shining Strand, won a novice hurdle race at Wetherby.
  • Sure to find Miss Wetherby safe and sound at the vicarage, what? DEVIL'S BRIDE
  • Focusing on the emblematic moments of the participants 'lives, the story unfolds through the perspectives of four competing voices-from the troubled and mercurial figure of Meriwether Lewis, the expedition leader who found that it was impossible to enter paradise without having it crumble around him, to Sacagawea, the Shoshone girl - captive and interpreter for the expedition, whose short life mirrored the disruptive times in which she lived. I Should Be Extremely Happy in Your Company by Brian Hall: Book summary
  • Now all folk at Wethermel when they looked upon Osberne's face deemed that he was bettering of the drearihood which had weighed on him ever since the battle with the strong-thieves, and of that bettering they were right glad, for they were wont to have much joy of his fellowship. The Sundering Flood
  • It's a bellwether stock and always under scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • Next, a favourite bellwether of the high street, underlined the challenges this week when it posted weak results. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Trial 3, the effects of corn smut on the in vivo digestibility of high corn silage diets were determined with mature Hampshire-cross wethers.
  • Emyr, as he saw me staggering with a big wether, asked me anxiously if I could manage it. TESTIMONIES
  • It's not been your more bellwether economic stocks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Those two recent incidents were my main bellwethers indicating the spreading cracks in the foundation of “The House Of Bush”. Archive 2008-05-01
  • She leaves vacant her Ohio seat, a bellwether and one of the most vulnerable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Every now and then by accident I meet people who do my walks, and out on the bike the other day I bumped into a couple who recommended walks Wetherby way.
  • At the edge hereof their way-leader, the sergeant, bade draw rein, and said: Lords, we are now in the lands of the Red Hold, and therein is mickle peril and dread to any save stout hearts as ye be; but meseems we are so steaded, that whatever may come out of the Black Valley of the Greywethers to the Red Hold, ye now may scarce miss. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
  • Don't forget that Raoul is Mrs. Merriwether's grandchild and Mrs. Merriwether would as soon have a free issue nigger in her sacred parlor as one of us.
  • Streakers and pitch invasions don't go hand-in-hand with the Wetherby Road image.
  • In 1848 Tennessee erected a grave-site marker that in 1925 became the Meriwether Lewis National Monument.
  • Your reeders will be glad to no that of late the wether's bin gittin 'colder, but they'll be better pleased to no that before the middle o' nixt sumer it's likely to git a long chawk warmer. The World of Ice
  • So wether you buy from a larger brewer, a microbrewer or even brew it yourself, you are likely to have a better beer than was generally available in the mid 70s. The Speculist: Winning the Meme Wars
  • This distributes a dizzying range of electronic products and is a bellwether of world economic recovery. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a bellwether film in that it illustrates American race and gender inequity more directly and honestly than most Westerns of its time.
  • European mobile telecom stocks dipped on Tuesday morning after Finnish bellwether Nokia said that fourth quarter sales may fall below expectations.
  • Indeed they are not, if imrinted upon a human at birth or bonded to a human as a kid a socialized goat is a wonderful pet- especially a neutered male called a wether…these are the “throw away” variety of goats used for weed eating ditches- and usually die from a dog attack aka dog treat on a rope. The Fantastical Capybara: An Interview with Melanie Typaldos About Her Caplin Rous
  • It is considered a bellwether seat and one the ALP needs to secure if they are to win Government.
  • Plus we have beef cattle for food, and the old wethers and ewes go for hides, glue, tallow, lanolin-all war staples. THE THORN BIRDS
  • We do not routinely disbud animals other than wethers, so if you would like to purchase a disbudded kid, make sure to let us know so it can be done early.
  • David Wetherall nodded well wide when he took a cross off the head of the better-placed Windass, who then saw another effort cannon into a wall of black and white shirts.
  • Mr Wetherby wrote him a character reference .
  • But a very few will become the bellwethers - and redefine the world.
  • John Meriwether and his quants believed that they had, for practical purposes, eliminated the uncertainty in market movements by quantifying risk as a function of the past volatility of a stock or bond price.
  • A former useful hurdler before being forced on to the sidelines with injury, The Butterwick Kid got off the mark over fences at Wetherby a fortnight ago.
  • Now with Sue Smith he has already improved to win a handicap hurdle at Wetherby.
  • Baieux and Caen, which cities when he had furnished with sufficient garisons of men, he repassed the sea into England, bicause the winter approched, and the wether waxed troublesome for such as laie in the field. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.
  • But at last rose up Stephen the Eater and spake: "Meat and drink and lodging is free without price to every comer to Wethermel, and most oft, as here it is, our good will goes with it; yet meseemeth that since these friends of ours come belike from the outlands and countries where is more tidings than mostly befalleth here, it might please them to make us their debtors by saying us some lay, or telling us some tale; for we be not bustled to drink the voidee cup now, these nights of Midsummer, when night and day hold each other's hands throughout the twenty-four hours. The Sundering Flood
  • He used to tell Taid what Mr. Pugh said, and they laughed, because Mr. Pugh did not know the difference between a hespin and a wether. TESTIMONIES
  • Also, if you eat at pubs like the Hogshead or a Wetherspoon, take advantage of their condiment selection - you never know when a sachet of mustard, ketchup or mayonnaise might come in handy.
  • The six-year-old proved that staying was his game at Wetherby in May when he won a handicap hurdle over almost three miles by a neck from the favourite Garnett.
  • The flick header from the centre half was arrowing for the bottom corner but Achterberg managed to bat it down and then won the scramble with Wetherall to cling on to the skipper's close-range prod from the rebound.
  • So a bellwether is the head ram with a bell hung around its neck.
  • The advertising sector is a bellwether for economic confidence given that it is a gauge of how much the world's companies are spending. Times, Sunday Times
  • Last night Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon admitted that offering doubles rather than singles was standard practice in all the company's pubs.
  • A first-rate man will have seventy, and, if called upon to show what he is made of, will shear a heavy-woolled wether in six minutes. Lippincott's Magazine, October 1885
  • In all fairness, there have been a few bellwether albums to emerge from the scene that will no doubt achieve longevity and reiterate the importance of their predecessors.
  • This is the most demographically chaotic state in the country and, not coincidentally, that's why it's the new bellwether state of this country.
  • Regina Ip, whose ill-fated drive to enact sweeping antisubversion legislation (known as Article 23) brought half a million demonstrators onto Hong Kong's streets back in 2003, is poised to garner the endorsement of several pro-Beijing parties in a bellwether Legislative Council by election scheduled for December. The Fall and Rise of Regina Ip
  • We set off along the road south and west to Marsett, then a steepish climb up the side of Wether Fell to Cam High Road.
  • Fascinatingly, regional usage of soft drink terminology seems to follow political and cultural division lines, suggesting that what they call their drinks is a bellwether of the mindset of a community or individual. Pop Vs. Coke Vs. Soda Map | Disinformation
  • Yea and though they lie in the field two moneths, at such time as it shall freese more then a yard thicke, the common souldier hath neither tent nor any thing else ouer his head: the most defence they haue against the wether is a felte, which is set against the winde and weather, and when The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 03
  • The high street bellwether could also face hostile questions from shareholders at its annual meeting on Tuesday. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nor has her quixotic campaign in a bellwether seat yet ignited. Times, Sunday Times
  • They brought with them 350 ewes, 45 wethers, ten bullocks, six heifers, one bull, four horses, and a number of goats and some poultry.
  • Twenty-five skeletally mature crossbred merino wethers were used with the approval of our local Animal Care and Ethics Committee.
  • Cheap drinks, a chatty and casual atmosphere and great meal deals are the main things you would normally associate with a Wetherspoon's pub.
  • The six-year-old finished second behind odds-on favourite October Mist, trained by Mary Reveley, at Wetherby earlier this month.
  • Wetheriggs were the most impressive winners in the Trophy matches with a 9-1 hammering of Shap.
  • This cross section of urban and rural makes Ohio a bellwether state which picks the winner in almost every election.
  • I'm not sure wether I can win the honor ; it a bird in the bush.
  • Roach and big bream on the Grange stretch below A1 road bridge at Wetherby, also grayling.
  • Thanks as well to Claudia Cross, who is the Sacajawea to my Meriwether Lewis apologies to Meriwether Lewis on this intriguing expedition. Aching for Always
  • Government has grown well beyond that point in the United States, making great strides in centralizing and growing political power in the bellwether years of 1861, 1913, 1933, and 1965.
  • Mr Wetherby wrote him a character reference .
  • Inevitably the rain starts sheeting down, but it's no deterrent to visitors intent on a walk on the beach while the faint-hearted pack J.D Wetherspoon, the Promenades and the amusement arcades.
  • 200 or so years ago, it was a native American woman who guided the explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on their journey of discovery through the Pacific Northwest.
  • On the way to my rural hideout on the fringes of Kansas City came upon three articles - all in the New York Times - that are bellwethers of the emerging power of integrated, interdisciplinary design.
  • The report, which is viewed as a bellwether for economic trends, implied that the national economy could be slowing down.
  • Motorola Inc., a bellwether maker of semiconductors and cellular telephones, dropped 1 to 49 1 / 8.
  • C83 - the average newcastle price is driven up by those beach front properties, 3. 3m for a penthouse on merewether beach will count for a few streets worth of mayfield normaldom .... there's some gorgeous properties in Newcastle. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • Whether recent gains can be sustained after that will depend on the ability of financial and other industrial stocks to catch up with bellwether electronics that have led the upturn.
  • Nor has her quixotic campaign in a bellwether seat yet ignited. Times, Sunday Times
  • Docile as a bellwether sheep, he let himself be led away, and the rest of the castaways crowded close behind him.
  • People can whine about inflation or deflation or whatever but wether people are botting or just playing 20 hours a day, nothing will change. Blizzard v WoW Glider: Interesting, no?
  • It along with people's reaction to it will determin wether he is our next president. Obama Giving Crucial Speech On Racial Issues This Morning
  • Punters backed the multinational recruitment company and bellwether of the global economy to have done well in America in particular, where the recovery continues. Times, Sunday Times
  • For decades the company was the bellwether of the British economy.
  • Give never the wolf the wether
  • In California, the bellwether for all things pertaining to illegal immigration, large numbers of U. S.-born Hispanic students continue to be classified as nonnative "English language learners" through much of their school years, even though they speak English, because their academic and linguistic skills are so deficient. Say No To Amnesty
  • She leaves vacant her Ohio seat, a bellwether and one of the most vulnerable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Florida's the new bellwether state of this country, and so it's more imperative that the problems get fixed here.
  • Wetherspoons once randomly came and ID'd me as I was sat in their beer garden.
  • Indeed, even amid the rout, some bellwether high-tech companies continue to report strong results.
  • Peter Wetherell, of the Mayfair agents Wetherell, argues that this change to corporate use saved the district's heritage stock.
  • Wetherby, one of five Boxing Day casualties, passed an inspection yesterday morning and is hopeful of staging today's fixture.
  • She noticed there were fewer dealers bidding this season for stock, which is not a good bellwether.
  • Mr. Fletcher says JD Wetherspoon, which runs 790 pubs across the U.K., has a board that places a premium on restroom standards; employees check to make sure bathrooms are cl ean every half an hour. No Bathroom Humor, Please, Loo of the Year Awards Are Too Serious
  • A cold southerly rain storm caught the newly shorn wethers and four hundred died because the cold congealed the fat around their kidneys.
  • Meriwether cast a spell over the young traders who worked for him.
  • On May 21, 1804, under a threatening sky, blusterous winds, and later, hard rain, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and 43 men left the town of St. Charles, Missouri on the north bank of the Missouri River.
  • He said there were several other accidents on the ring road, and others on the B1225 York-Wetherby road and on the A64 to the north-east of York, but within the city boundary.
  • For the said dale, which hight the Black Valley of the Greywethers, hath a bad name for the haunting of unmanlike wights, against which even our men-at-arms might make no defence. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
  • I returned to bed for two hours, and then eventually went to Wetherspoons where I had two glasses of Perrier and a Mediterranean vegetable pasta bake and treacle sponge.
  • Freddy 4-H'er: Little kid who raises and shows livestockWrangler Butt: A Freddy in tightfitting jeansJuicers: Dairy cattlePig Patrol: Officials who weigh swine before a competition to determine weight classWether report: Vital stats like weight and breed on lambs ( "" wethers '') reported to judges and the mediaConcrete cowboy: City slickers in boots and cowboy hats who turn out to watch At The Fair
  • Some mention the study in bellwether terms, indicating that it's time for more clinical study of over-the-counter treatments in dermatology and other industries.
  • Punters backed the multinational recruitment company and bellwether of the global economy to have done well in America in particular, where the recovery continues. Times, Sunday Times
  • And what of Walter Long, a bellwether of the shadow cabinet?
  • May 19th, 2008 12: 15 pm ET and we the public question the GOP judgement concerning the fear mongering tapes of bin laden. i do not know wether bin laden is alive or dead but i do know that all the audio tapes abt bin laden are not from him but are fabricated by the GOP to scare voters until election day. yes thats the truth we will fight this fear factor until election day like you. because GOPwill be playing the false bin laden tapes until election day. we know they are all false and we will try and educate as many people as we can that this is nothing but fear mongering to win election. you played the same card last time. not this time. McCain will again question Obama's judgment
  • As an aside, even the word verification agrees that Wetherspoons must be crazy: the word verification on screen right now is "gaga"! JD Wetherspoon(The John Wallace Linton) - An open to Tim Martin head of JD Wetherspoon.
  • Give never the wolf the wether
  • The move is being considered by some leading members of the parochial church council at trouble-torn St James's, Wetherby.
  • Is it possible that the fashion industry, long patronized as a realm of the ephemeral and insubstantial, is the real bellwether for future ideas of “ownership” of creative content? Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Music, fashion, film — different approaches to ownership/control of creativity
  • What I find most entertaining is everyone here wether it be to say its real or fake … or want to argue with others on their opinons, no one here but me is going to state the obvious … Is “The Fourth Kind” real or fake? Secrets revealed » Scene-Stealers
  • He said that the dry dock was the bellwether.
  • This impressionability made him a poor political historian but a fabulous bellwether of the mood on the street—specifically, of the mood that Hezbollah was trying to cultivate at any given time. A Privilege to Die
  • Note for townies - A wether is a castrated male sheep, over one year old. The Sheep Trade.
  • Next, a favourite bellwether of the high street, underlined the challenges this week when it posted weak results. Times, Sunday Times
  • Often seen as a bellwether for economic activity, haulage companies need less congestion and better traffic management systems. Times, Sunday Times
  • His surname evokes both the medieval historian Saxo Grammaticus and Jacques Derrida's crit-theory bellwether, "Of Grammatology. Sense & Semiotics
  • And since changes in the Arctic are considered bellwethers of what is to come further south, the researchers consider this their most urgent environmental wake-up call to date.
  • Wetherspoons once randomly came and ID'd me as I was sat in their beer garden.
  • Yea and though they lie in the field two moneths, at such time as it shall freese more then a yard thicke, the common souldier hath neither tent nor any thing else ouer his head: the most defence they haue against the wether is a felte, which is set against the winde and weather, and when Snowe commeth hee doth cast it off, and maketh him a fire, and laieth him down thereby. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • A spokesman for JD Wetherspoon said: ‘We don't see it as unneighbourly; it is well run, well managed, doesn't cause any problems in the area and we don't see that an extra hour will cause problems.’
  • I would have done anything for him… anything… because wether or not we could be… ugotsoul Diary Entry
  • Sometimes you encounter leftist paranoia so utterly deranged, so shamelessly depraved, you don't know wether to laugh or cry.
  • If he can bounce back to his Wetherby form, he goes there with a really decent chance. The Sun
  • The junketeers also 'won' a council-sponsored competition which offered a weekend stay at Middleham Hall, North Yorkshire, and free entry to Wetherby races.
  • These are the bellwethers of the chemical industry.
  • What: B.ilt by TCHA founder Dr. Richard B. Wetherill, the blockhouse is a 452-square foot replica of the French fort. undefined
  • We asked him wether Russian like golf or not.
  • A Suffolk University survey taken Saturday and Sunday shows Brown with double-digit leads in three communities the poll identified as bellwethers: Gardner, Fitchburg and Peabody. NPR Topics: News
  • They brought with them 350 ewes, 45 wethers, ten bullocks, six heifers, one bull, four horses, and a number of goats and some poultry.
  • One story has it that English shepherds used to employ a castrated ram - also know as a wether - to help manage the flock. EzineArticles
  • This distributes a dizzying range of electronic products and is a bellwether of world economic recovery. Times, Sunday Times
  • The high street bellwether could also face hostile questions from shareholders at its annual meeting on Tuesday. Times, Sunday Times
  • Your reeders will be glad to no that of late the wether's bin gittin 'colder, but they'll be better pleased to no that before the middle o' nixt sumer it's likely to git a, long chawk warmer. The World of Ice
  • The new Leeds boss had a heart-to-heart with the want-away midfielder within minutes of arriving at the club's Wetherby training ground.
  • Nor has her quixotic campaign in a bellwether seat yet ignited. Times, Sunday Times
  • Solomon had daily for the meat of his household thirty measures, named chores, of corn, and sixty of meal, ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen of pasture and an hundred wethers, without venison that was taken, as harts, goats, bubals, and other flying fowls and birds.
  • Feeling rather unaccomplished of herself, she walked back inside Merrywether's inn, and again almost collided with him.
  • Wealth is no bellwether: an estate agent told me that the richest sellers are often the stingiest. Times, Sunday Times
  • A Suffolk University survey taken Saturday and Sunday shows Brown with double-digit leads in three counties the poll identified as bellwethers: Gardner, Fitchburg and Peabody. CBS 5 - San Francisco Bay Area's source for news, weather, traffic and sports
  • For decades the company was the bellwether of the British economy.
  • What might need more unpacking is wether he believes religion may be a necessary evil for some or most people (Hello Straussians!) and if merely accepting a religious doctrine, independent of any social power strucuture (like becoming a Bhuddist, for instance) is just as sure a road to ruin, since Bhuddism tends to have a rather firm social justice component even though it has no mythology or heirarchy. Matthew Yglesias » Beck vs Social Justice
  • Part of Meriwether's legend is that he was one of the first to arbitrage bonds by selling one and buying the other in anticipation of their prices converging.
  • Punters backed the multinational recruitment company and bellwether of the global economy to have done well in America in particular, where the recovery continues. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the world's largest chipmaker, the company is clearly the bellwether for the PC market.
  • Plus we have beef cattle for food, and the old wethers and ewes go for hides, glue, tallow, lanolin-all war staples. THE THORN BIRDS
  • Mah daddy allus calls dis “square wether – 90 degrees by 90 hyoomidities.” Oh Noes - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • As confusing as this may be for the non-expert the important consideration is the no matter wether correctly called redband steelhead, or redhead steelhead, they are all rainbow trout and are classified as subspecies of the full species Oncorhynchus mykiss. Trout and Salmon of North America
  • A wether is a castrated goat or sheep; it's probably related to a Latin word for "calf. Week in Words
  • If he can bounce back to his Wetherby form, he goes there with a really decent chance. The Sun
  • The blundering, tripping tups that bleat behind the old bell-wether; Departmental Ditties & Barrack Room Ballads
  • What might need more unpacking is wether he believes religion may be a necessary evil for some or most people (Hello Straussians!) and if merely accepting a religious doctrine, independent of any social power strucuture (like becoming a Bhuddist, for instance) is just as sure a road to ruin, since Bhuddism tends to have a rather firm social justice component even though it has no mythology or heirarchy. Matthew Yglesias » Beck vs Social Justice
  • Charles' district in the outer suburbs of Melbourne is considered a bellwether seat.
  • Give never the wolf the wether

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