How To Use Wile In A Sentence

  • Edgar Hoover from the rear of the Director’s house in northwest Washington and this is what people remembered, what I remembered when I first reheard the name Jesse Detwiler. Underworld
  • The story of Fermat's Last Theorem, the centuries spent trying to find a proof and Professor - now Sir - Andrew Wiles's final victory, is recounted in a book by Simon Singh , a physicist and author also famous for his battle to change the libel laws after he was sued for calling pseudoscientific medical treatments "bogus" . Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The 'work hard, get good grades and go to college to get a job' mantra is dead," says twenty-something self-confessed hustler Scott Gerber, author of Never Get a "Real" Job: How To Dump Your Boss, Build a Business and Not Go Broke (Wiley, December 2010). Emily Bennington: 'Entitled' to What, Being Unemployed?
  • Wiley kittens can almost always outlast Navy Seals with sledgehammers. Matthew Yglesias » The Think Tank Industrial Complex
  • Shorter pooter: “I love wars and the tax cuts that pay for them.” wiley Says: Matthew Yglesias » Ungovernable
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  • But after a wile you get tired of being worried about kids who aren't even yours.
  • There're a wile lot of people like that in Ballymoney.
  • We wouldn't want anything glamorous, just basics such as a hot drinks dispenser during winter, a small TV to wile away the hours, comfy sofas, a small toilet and maybe a crèche for the little ones.
  • ‘Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go,’ said Truman Capote and suddenly we knew it was time to leave the feminine wiles of this ancient city with its masks and mystery.
  • Probable: S Donovin Darius (knee), DT Montavious Stanley (knee), DE Marcellus Wiley (groin). NFL grid: Week 8
  • After being honourably acquitted, he relumed his feat upon the bench, and made the following fpeech; which, confidered in a general way, is admirable both with refpecft to matter and form, though the propriety of applying it to the particular occafion may be queftioned, as the petitioners were neither rioters nor inlurgents, nor men who had othTwile violated the public peace. The history of America, : from its discovery by Columbus to the conclusion of the late war. : With an appendix, containing an account of the rise and progress of the present unhappy contest between Great Britain and her colonies.
  • Mai spaid kitteh wood do dat at nite ebery wonce an a wile…liek singin at a full moon. Interpretive Dance - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • The fox’s wiles will never enter the lion’s head. 
  • Ich granti wel þat he us deme. vor þeȝ he were wile breme. Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts
  • Wiley figured the water level must have risen from all the rain they had received the day before.
  • And in that time, in a large cage of concrete and iron, Ben Bolt had exercised and recovered the use of his muscles, and added to his hatred of the two-legged things, puny against him in themselves, who by trick and wile had so helplessly imprisoned him. CHAPTER XXXIII
  • He used every device, wile and stratagem to part alumnae from their money. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tea party candidates could be described as dwile flonkers. redblueamerica.com blogs
  • Ben had wiled away the time watching other people and wondering what their reactions would be when Nakem's true intentions were revealed.
  • This work is dedicated to the memory of Professor Don C. Wiley.
  • As the Girter members dance around him the Flonker must flonk his dwile using his Driveller to try and hit a member of the Girter. Lily Bevan: Dwyle Flunking, Cheese Rolling & Face Gurning ... Halloween Alternatives From the UK
  • He'd two schooners fishin 'the Labrador in the season, a share in a hundred-ton banker, stock in a south coast whale-factory, God knows how much yellow gold in the bank, an' a round interest in the swiler _Royal Bloodhound_, which he skippered t 'the ice every spring o' the year. Harbor Tales Down North With an Appreciation by Wilfred T. Grenfell, M.D.
  • Does dwile flonking really date back to the Suffolk harvests of 400 years ago or is it just a good excuse for getting drunk and celebrating Christmas in August? Lily Bevan: Dwyle Flunking, Cheese Rolling & Face Gurning ... Halloween Alternatives From the UK
  • O God, who in wondrous wise didst raise up blessed Joan for the defense of her faith and her country: grant, we beseech thee, through her intercession, that thy church, overcoming all the wiles of her enemies, may enjoy unceasing peace. May 30 -- St Joan of Arc
  • Wiley sniffed the air, almost smelling the bacon frying.
  • The Flonker carries a 2-3 foot long stick (or Driveller) on the end of which is a beer sodden sponge (or dwile). Lily Bevan: Dwyle Flunking, Cheese Rolling & Face Gurning ... Halloween Alternatives From the UK
  • I have to assume from the near-radio silence on the Wiley LP hereabouts (ironic that there's so little on the blogs about it, given the Petridis review) that everyone is as underwhelmed by it as I am.
  • M {on}. þe wule siker bon to habben Godes blisse. do wel him solf hwile þ̵ he mai {;} þenne haueð he his mid iwisse. Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts
  • I love hissing the villainess as she works her evil wiles and cheering when she gets her eventual comeuppance.
  • But Ray Kennedy , co-manager of Hotchkis & Wiley High Yield , says investors are responding in a perfectly rational manner to a rather irrational value opportunity that suddenly appeared this autumn and has remained more or less intact. 'Junk' Debt May Not Deserve Its Name
  • But the wiles he shows, the cunningness he exhibits and opportunism that he cashes on made him a hit.
  • Has the comical and enviable habit of making most defenders look not unlike Wile E Coyote in pursuit of the roadrunner when he puts his foot down.
  • Worse, her entire output can be summed up in the three words: “selfishness is good.” wiley says: Matthew Yglesias » The Sweet Spot
  • She used her womanly wiles/charms to persuade him to change his mind.
  • Wiles's work led to future studies which attempted to understand heresy as a system of religious thought rather than ‘a lifeless system of unspiritual pride and hard unlovingness.’
  • Evelyn wiled away her days, performing odd tasks for Mrs. Watts, and practicing her needlepoint with her neighbor, Lindsey, as Lindsey's mother kept a close eye on her clumsy stitching.
  • I met at Wilensi an old Harari, whose gardens and property had all been escheated, because his son fled from justice, after slaying a man. First footsteps in East Africa
  • A gory, ultra violent battle between an indigen and a squirrel, in the tradition of Tom and Jerry, Wile E. No Fat Clips!!! : Indigen: Episode 279
  • Thus the unnamed narrator of Will Wiles's ingenious first novel, holed up in an anonymous Eastern-European city and four days into a week of entropically bad luck. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph
  • Wiley gave the plates to McDowell for the museum of antiquities on the campus.
  • Wiley is expected to command a $ 10 million signing bonus.
  • I wouldn't be getting wile excited about it.
  • Nick Wileman is a school caretaker so it is vital that he gets on well with young people.
  • All her wiles were not enough to persuade them to sell the property.
  • An wile ai am willing to trai teh debiled kid kneez, ai draw teh lion at blutwurst. Sry. We not interested in ur - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Ai gruu up wib mlik deliberd bai a hawrs nd derry cart; teh hawrs knu wair tu go nd wuz left awn himz own tu go daon teh streat wile teh “driber” ran to nd fro, swopping emptees fur full wunz, hows tu hows ! 2 kapchur da cheezburger - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • As for the song itself, when it gets going (i.e. after a warm-up of thirty of your seconds that I feel are unnecessarily long and thirty-secondish), it is very, very pleasant indeed, even though I do not know what 'wile' means. Drowned In Sound // Feed
  • It was wile tough handing half of them wee weans in.
  • At Leigh's gallery in Soho, Dr. Seuss drawings share wall space with Snoopy paintings and original production cels of Wile E. Coyote and Tom and Jerry.
  • I might have been talking of a library book which had helped wile away an unimportant hour or two. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • I was in a wile state when he was put on a ventilator.
  • Wiley bathes his figures in a vibrant red glow, as if the background color were actually radiant.
  • It probably does deserve a mention, if only to note that if Wilentz, Marsh and Davis are all singing from this same page of the hymnbook, it seems safe to conclude that this he's-reverse-race-baiting theme is Mark Penn's newest stroke of strategic brilliance. Lanny Davis: It's Hard To Criticize Obama "Without Being Accused Of Playing Race Card"
  • Or are we heading for a cliff, or already over the edge and simply unaware, like Wile E. Coyote in those old Road Runner cartoons?
  • He erects that conscience as a screen to his knaveries and tricks and wiles, and masks the whole with a cloud of words. Through Russia
  • Amb. 1787: A murren meete'em, there's none of these wiles that euer The Revenger's Tragedy
  • They are jailed mostly for non-violent crimes such as drug offenses or petty theft, and taxpayers are forced to spend extra millions to feed, house, and provide medical care for them while they wile away decades in prison.
  • I was just terrified all night; it left me in a wile worried state about my son.
  • Rejoined Afridun, “May the Messiah not bereave us of thy venerable parent nor deprive her of her wile and guile!” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • This "Irish line" and these "marksmen" in the front line were probably the company of volunteers under Captain John Forbes from the Alamance, made up of his friends and neighbors, the Allisons, the Kerrs, the Wileys, the Paisleys and others, who had come to take part in the battle. Sketches of North Carolina, Historical and Biographical, Illustrative of the Principles of a Portion of Her Early Settlers
  • Events such as the Shrovetide football match in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, where both the upper and lower halves of the town collide en masse around a ball, or the ancient sport of dwile flonking from the Norfolk/Suffolk area, which is half-custom/half-drinking game and was recently banned under health and safety regulations. This week's new DVD & Blu-ray
  • They were wile men in those days.
  • I dance for lonely men, men who feel neglected, men who need the feigned affection and artful wiles of the dancer.
  • Dwile Flonking involves two teams of twelve, dressed in traditional and soon soggy folk costumes, who dance around the other in a circle while attempting to avoid a beer-soaked dwile (cloth) thrown by the non-dancing team. Lily Bevan: Dwyle Flunking, Cheese Rolling & Face Gurning ... Halloween Alternatives From the UK
  • It also meant that Wiles' earlier work in algebraic number theory would be helpful, and that he would probably generate some interesting problems-whether or not he found a proof.
  • And although I wiled away many hours turning the opposition to toast and liberally covering them in butter, I still logged quite a few hours with the single-player game - playing through it a couple of times.
  • Why do they call themselves by the graceful name of "cuspidor" -- suggestive of castanets and Andalusian wiles? The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912
  • How deemest thou of yonder cornuted, who is drunken in his heedlessness and weeteth not the wiles of women? The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Burr's wiles and tricks, his guile and variation, have been in ample evidence since his rapid demolition of Greenock.
  • Coquetry is as fascinating to those who practise it, as to those whom it seduces; and she found herself, shortly, more happy by a conquest effected by wiles and by art, than by any devotion paid straight forward, and uncourted. Camilla
  • In the light of a lantern Wiley Thomas was saddling up his horse and adjusting his saddle bags.
  • I can't hang with the girls who run to the bathroom to apply lipstick every five minutes, but I can appreciate those who flaunt their feminine wiles in other ways.
  • James has kindly offered to induct me into the wiles and ways of the shooting gent, starting with an invitation to go ferreting for rabbits.
  • She cud hae wiled a maukin frae its lair wi 'her bonnie Hielan' speech. Robert Falconer
  • I had a wile sore head.
  • Fox's wiles will never enter the lion's head.
  • Wiley figured the water level must have risen from all the rain they had received the day before.
  • He killed a wile pile of people away out there.
  • * A "swiler" is the old Newfoundlander's term for a seal hunter who "goes out to the ice. Political Affairs Magazine
  • Mike Upchat was not his real name, of course, and no one ever found out what this was; it was also not the only pseudonym he would employ in his schemes to wile his way into a woman's bed.
  • Wuz cold in haus last nite, wile wuz sleepN had kitteh appli Kd to mii legs. OMG!! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • INDIANAPOLIS — Brittany Wiley, an experienced business traveler, wasn't taking any chances Wednesday, one of the busiest travel days of the year.
  • At the end of the night the beautiful maiden is trying to set up her handmaiden with a young burly blacksmith so she distracts the young guard with her feminine wiles and he is smitten.
  • Four players average in double figures, including A-Sun player of the year Siarre Evans and first-teamer TaRonda Wiles. Sacramento: Stanford hopes to rule out west
  • He became a fellow of Emmanuel College during this period at Cambridge and it was during this time that Andrew Wiles was his research student.
  • Wiley Post began to study everything he could find about flying. He began to educate himself about subjects such as mathematics, radio and machinery.
  • "I've a wile sore stomach, mammy," I said.
  • Club commodore Martin Wiles said the RNLI was his chosen charity for 2008 and the money was raised at different events held during the year. undefined
  • Us found t 'seals early that year, and panned a voyage of as fine young fat as ever a' swiler 'wished for, but t' weather was dirty from Labrador Days Tales of the Sea Toilers
  • My Friend Frieda and I battled for second place for a wile, until we both allowed the distance between us and Miss Fudge to broaden.
  • Fourth Cavalry on its way to the Philippines, as many drunken man-of-war's men, divers ladies from Iwilei, and half the riff-raff of the beach. WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL
  • The fox’s wiles will never enter the lion’s head. 
  • Sticking to hues immediately next to each other on the color wheel, as Wiley did here, is a foolproof way to ensure a harmonious blend of blooms in a garden planting.
  • Even if it means a greater gap in IOC of Constellation, we need to proceed DIRECTly (PUN INTENDED!) to Jupiter 120/232 or to Ares V or to EELV's or Wiley E. Coyote's Acme slingshot! A Shift in Policy? Moon Base Axed? - NASA Watch
  • Women and their feminine wiles fascinated and frustrated him.
  • Because, among other things, I'm a girl who believes that women needn't define themselves by what society dictates to be appropriate behaviour, and yet I'll never miss an opportunity to exercise my feminine wiles.
  • Those fellas are wile rip off merchants and we didn't trust them.
  • All her wiles were to persuade them to buy the goods.
  • The title essay is written as a legal brief concerning the lawsuit of Wile E. 2009 October 04 « Exile on Ninth Street
  • HelikewileTilitcdthcholpital, and o conuilt on the fnllowing propoji - exprefled great Eiliifaflion at the tegula - tioni, \vbich are a part of the intended al - rity and order eftablUhed there. terationi and pnapoGtions. The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany
  • He kept his fan-tan game running and was delighted one day to find that the leper ferry had brought him a Cantonese man, near death, who had managed to hide out in Iwilei for two years before the quack herbalist turned him in, and who was as good a gambler as he. Hawaii
  • Finally, it has been suggested by Wilenski and others that Vermeer might have traced over images reflected in mirrors.
  • Known for disaffected characters who wile their lives away in seedy Bronx watering holes, Shanley's plays are populated with monologues and dialogues that have been mined for years by young acting students.
  • Evelyn wiled away her days, performing odd tasks for Mrs. Watts, and practicing her needlepoint with her neighbor, Lindsey, as Lindsey's mother kept a close eye on her clumsy stitching.
  • Wiley pointed to the duffle with the survival gear.
  • With little or no money, Strachan has applied guile and wiles to forging a unit where the team ethic is at its keenest.
  • It warms the cockles of my female heart to know that such womanly wiles still continue to manipulate and convince.
  • The former is the asexual and ultimately, inevitably disempowered feminist, the latter is the fully-empowered woman in full flight, unashamedly and without modernist complexes, using every part of her coquettishness, her curvature, her wiles and let's face it – her power, to get what she wants. [film noir] should return in the coming dystopia
  • the wiles of a skilled negotiator.
  • Then, and only then, will the United States have any credibility in professing a desire for democracy in the Middle East. wiley Says: Matthew Yglesias » Democracy Promotion Requires Peace Promotion
  • Santorini and Mykonos are worthwile to visit, very beautiful but very crowdy in August .. palace
  • I see the only way I'm going to get through this is to do what I used to call the wile-aways. And We Sell Apples 1977
  • It was impossible to resist her feminine wiles .
  • I left after the hunger strikes, it was a wile time.
  • Den he tuhn on me lak a wile man an’ his eyes glitter an’ he say: ‘Good Gawd, Ah thought you’d unnerstan’ even ef nobody else din’! Gone with the Wind
  • Chow throws in big dance numbers, songs, humour and chase scenes that play like Wiley E Coyote trying to catch Roadrunner.
  • Reginald Dobbes, who was very great at grouse, and supposed to be capable of outwitting a deer by venatical wiles more perfectly than any other sportsman in Great Britain, regarded The Duke's Children
  • Thirty minutes later, Wiley and Dexter were eating oatmeal straight out of the pan sweetened with a little sugar and washing it down with a glass of reconstituted powdered milk.
  • Wiley and three co-workers pour 10 metric tons of food pellets into the pens each day and monitor the fish with underwater video cameras to see when they stop eating.
  • He used his wiles and his persuasion to the best of his ability… and the rest gave in.
  • Chicagoans are going to succumb to the feminine wiles of that palsied succubus, so you should make sure children could not possibly be the result.
  • Wiley gasped from exertion, feeling the cold rain saturating her clothes.
  • The fox’s wiles will never enter the lion’s head. 
  • Everyone's going out and leaving me on my own tonight, and I have no idea whether I'll happily find something pleasant to wile away my time, or sink into complete and total depression.
  • Reginald Dobbes, who was very great at grouse, and supposed to be capable of outwitting deer by venatical wiles more perfectly than any other sportsman in Great The Duke's Children
  • ‘I literally have had men suggest to me that achieving my level of success was due to feminine wiles,’ she says.
  • Some one among the crew was humming the refrain of the old anchor-hoisting song, "Le Chien d'Or -- I love your Daughter;" a melody that has haunted the River St. Lawrence since the day when his comrades forcibly carried off Admiral Nelson, then a "middy," from the wiles and fascinations of the daughter of the landlord of "Le Chien d'Or. "The Red Watch" With the First Canadian Division in Flanders
  • It and the peak Abyla, on the opposite (African) coast, were styled by the Greeks, in their poetical language, "the pillars of Hercules;" whilst the strait between is said to have been executed by the same man of muscle, to wile away the tedium of an idle hour. In Eastern Seas Or, the Commission of H.M.S. 'Iron Duke,' flag-ship in China, 1878-83
  • Those are the very wiles by which doll-faced stage women insnare our most desirable young men. Five Thousand an Hour : how Johnny Gamble won the heiress
  • Onliest fing is teh fetthurs get kinda chawed after a wile. dis is jus wat i need to - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • It is the Africans who are moving, shifting, thinking, plotting, and therefore digging their own entrenchment in this land upon which so many others have, through wiles and stratagems of their own, entrenched themselves here.
  • By current standards, Eve is old-fashioned, her wiles and stratagems strictly based on aligning herself with men for their power rather than tapping into her own.
  • Ai gruu up wib mlik deliberd bai a hawrs nd derry cart; teh hawrs knu wair tu go nd wuz left awn himz own tu go daon teh streat wile teh “driber” ran to nd fro, swopping emptees fur full wunz, hows tu hows ! 2 kapchur da cheezburger - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • He was in a wile state when he got home.
  • Gang hame, dawtie, and say yer prayers to be preserved frae the wiles o 'Sawtan. Alec Forbes of Howglen
  • 'Twould be easy enough for the steam-swiler _Royal Bloodhound_ t 'jerk that yelpin' tramp, had she lost her propeller -- as well she might, poor helpless lady o 'fashion! in that slob-ice -- 'twould be easy enough t' rip her through a league o 'the floe t' open water, with a charge or two o 'good black powder t' help. Harbor Tales Down North With an Appreciation by Wilfred T. Grenfell, M.D.
  • But maybe these tokens were really just handmade signs from Wile E. Coyote, advising the road runner to take the washed-out road up ahead. IN A STRANGE CITY
  • Snares had been laid for him in vain; every wile had proved abortive, every plot had been counterplotted. Memorials and Other Papers — Complete
  • When the beat suddenly reappears, Wiley begins rapping at twice the speed to thrilling effect.
  • I might have been talking of a library book which had helped wile away an unimportant hour or two. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Cassandra uses all of her wiles to manipulate Duncan.
  • She bedazzled him with her feminine wile and captured his heart with tales of personal woe concerning the mysterious death of her mother, the cruel indifference of her father and her humiliation caused by King Magnus' public rejection.
  • The fox’s wiles will never enter the lion’s head. 
  • Paul, York Musical Theatre Company's artistic and musical director, will be joined by principal company members and friends from the theatre world to wile away a summer evening at this one-off event.
  • But, come on, you must remember how fascinating it was to be in close contact with an attractive male around about the time you discovered your feminine wiles?
  • Ai gruu up wib mlik deliberd bai a hawrs nd derry cart; teh hawrs knu wair tu go nd wuz left awn himz own tu go daon teh streat wile teh “driber” ran to nd fro, swopping emptees fur full wunz, hows tu hows ! 2 kapchur da cheezburger - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • And it is noticeable that busy men, coming to art for pleasure when they are too weary for looking, listening, or thinking, so often prefer the sensation-novel, the music-hall song, and such painting as is but a costlier kind of oleograph; treating all other art as humbug, and art in general as a trifle wherewith to wile away a lazy moment, a trifle about which every man _can know what he likes best_. Laurus Nobilis Chapters on Art and Life
  • He put his finger on our prime weakness: a gullibility to the wiles of salesmanship.
  • Sometimes her attempt to handle tough situations on her own causes problems, as when she tries to imitate Julia's feminine wiles on a young male friend.
  • Here are some more - at the risk of sounding like a total dweeb - wholesome ways to wile away the hours.
  • All her wiles were to persuade them to buy the goods.
  • I told them that I was wile, wile glad to see the back of it.
  • But beneath the virtuous-widow facade she presented to the world was a cold, calculating, manipulative monster who used her feminine wiles to get what she wanted.
  • He was endowed with Bishan Bedi-type wiles – only because he wore a patka – when he ran through the Pakistan middle order at his most productive venue, Old Trafford, in 2006. Monty Panesar sets out in search of his old self at Sussex
  • He had a wile drouth on him from when he came back.
  • In order to prove the theorem, Wiles had to draw on and extend several ideas at the core of modern mathematics.
  • Better the paternalism of Ayub than the devious wiles of the politicians.
  • Then there was singing in the evening, till by some unkenned wile on her part fifteen or sixteen of the better singers got into the habit of dropping in at the manse two nights a week for purposes unknown. Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895
  • “Of course not, you cabbagehead,” said Wiley, wondering how he could be a brother to such a fool. Girls to the Rescue book #2
  • It is unfortunate, and one can only hope that in the long term the forking proves worthwile. Planet MySQL
  • Wiley worked with MobileXe and a number of printing firms in order to install the required RFID interrogators, tag applicators and software required to make tagging a part of the inline printing process. Rfidjournal.com NEWS RSS Feed
  • Among the many wiles exposed are big pharma's use of contract research organisations to exert undue influence over clinical research and its insidious seduction of doctors.
  • Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence (I conjure you to believe me, fellow-citizens) the jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government. Advice to Our Next President, From Our First President
  • Elizabeth was a different kind of Queen: quick-witted, clever and able to use feminine wiles to get her own way.
  • Fur a wile ai libed a few pounces away from a Basketts & Robzen an ai wold go fur longness walksanruns ebbery ebening and gess wer ai end ups ebbery tym Soff Serve! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • No to spectacle no to virtuosity no to transformations and magic and make believe no to glamour and transcendency of the star image no to the heroic no to the anti-heroic no to trash imagery no to involvement of performer or spectator no to style no to camp no to seduction of spectator by the wiles of the performer no to eccentricity no to moving or being moved. Step-by-step guide to dance: Yvonne Rainer
  • Wiley found a couple of long thin sticks to skewer the fish.
  • Thus, it's refreshing to have an opportunity to see an intelligent slice of beefcake use his masculine wiles to seduce and coerce a woman to do his bidding.
  • They had known men in their lives, found their weak spots, trapped them with their wiles, sapped their energy, their very life blood. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • Isaac wast beloved in the eyes of Abraham; and Matt is using early moderne English verb forms agaiyne. wiley Says: Matthew Yglesias » Centrists Wast $1 Billion on Nuclear Weapons Stimulus
  • For the fractious Tea Party movement," Wilentz writes, "Beck -- a former drive-time radio jockey, a recovering alcoholic, and a Mormon convert -- has emerged as both a unifying figure and an intellectual guide. Megan Doherty: My Walk With Glenn Beck, 21st Century Con Man
  • He went on to contrast that with immigrants to the US which are supposed to be genetical suprior to the local population … … wiley says: Matthew Yglesias » Ethnocentrism and Small Government Hypocrisy
  • In spite of all his precautions, however, love has many arts and wiles which defy all opposition, and which can outplot the deepest of plotters. The Firm of Girdlestone
  • This guy ran down my drive at a wile speed towards the garden.
  • Þa ferde he mid micel færd into engle [la] nd. ⁊ wan castles. ⁊ te king ferde agenes hi {m} mid  {180} micel mare ferd. ⁊ þoþwæthere fuhtten hi noht. oc ferden þe ærceb {iscop} ⁊ te wise me ` n´ betwux heo {m}. ⁊ makede ð sahte ð te king sculde ben lauerd ⁊ king wile he liuede. Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts
  • She's an adventurous lass who uses her feminine wiles quite effectively on unsuspecting men.
  • I have among my financial memorabilia its 1968 accounts, when it was still known as Wiles Group.
  • There doesn't seem to be a wile lot on to be writing about this week.
  • Wiley Post began his career in flying, not as a pilot, but as a performer who jumps from airplanes using a parachute.
  • That, perhaps, was the most insidious element of Cheneyism, with its push to vocalise bloodlust and irrational vengefulness and make it part of everyday political discourse. wiley Says: Matthew Yglesias » The Real Torture Debate
  • Parked in his car outside his estranged wife's home, Keith would wile away the hours hoping to catch a glimpse of his ‘two little smashers’.
  • Wiley held out the cup to him along with the utility tool with it's useful little fork on the end.
  • June 12, 2009 at 6:18 am oo me tu! krumpits wid lotsanlots uf butter mmmmmmm sitin aroun de fier wile all de liets owt dyoo tu strieks… Saving my life - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • It was wile fun.
  • Indeed, she loveth those who berhyme her and she affecteth those who set forth her charms and beauty and loveliness in verse, and we may not prevail over her save by wiles and soft speech and beguilement. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Basically, men are gagging for it, because most of their wives and girlfriends don't want as much nookie as they do, therefore us clever women should use our feminine wiles to win over theses sex-starved males and get a promotion. Dina Behrman: Should Women use Their Sexuality to Get Ahead?
  • Wiley Post began to study everything he could find about flying. He began to educate himself about subjects such as mathematics, radio and machinery.
  • ‘Go easy on him, Rob,’ Wiley said, reaching forward to pat Dexter's broad shoulder ‘He's a cheechako.’
  • Mare eie stondeð men of monne þanne hom do of c {ri} ste. þe wel ne doð þe hwile þe ho muȝen. wel oft hit schal rowen {;} þenne ȝe mawen sculen ⁊ repen þ̵ ho er sowen. Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts
  • Wiley customarily titles his work after the source image he has altered, while his portrait subjects remain anonymous.
  • After bout a week or so, they move me to another part of the hospital where everbody be put so's they can get well, but ever day I gone back to the tensive care ward an set for a wile with Dan. Forrest Gump
  • The fox’s wiles will never enter the lion’s head. 
  • -- Ay, ay -- trust him for that -- they that hide ken best where to find -- he wants to wile him out o 'his last guinea, and then escape to his ain country, the landlouper. The Proverbs of Scotland
  • Then he opened the door of his treasure closet, but found therein naught of his money nor his hoards; whereupon he recovered from the intoxication of fancy and shook off his infatuation and knew that it was his wife herself who had turned the tables upon him and outwitted him with her wiles. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • A mountain loomed up ahead and Wiley knew she couldn't steer the plane around it.
  • When he started checking his hair again in the window, I got wile angry.
  • Black wilebeest are the most different of the various African wildebeest antelopes (aka "gnu"), different enough from the many subspecies to be counted as their own species. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • They should also, he counsels, allow men to be ‘the ostensible head of households’ as an incentive to marry, while wielding a subtler power through their feminine wiles.
  • Nice, little specialty charter schools that focus on some philosophy or specialization can be found in affluent suburban school districts. wiley says: Matthew Yglesias » Charter School Metaphors
  • He was a complete gentleman and he was wile down to earth.

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