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stout

(stowt) [O.Fr. estout, bold]
Having a bulky body.
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In the schoolroom, they sang "The Arkansas Traveler," "Stout-Hearted Men," and "Tit Willow" while their teachers reminded them that "the proof of the pudding is in the eating" or warned about the dangers of being "out of kilter."
Tom Johnson, COO of international business development at Church's Chicken comments in Nancy Rathbun Scott's article "For the Stout-Hearted and Well-Heeled, Opportunities Abound Oversees": "In America, a signed contract comes at the end of the negotiation.
"But you've left out one of the chief characters: Samwise the stout-hearted. 1 hear more about Sam, dad.
I don't know, but the stout-hearted intensity of this company provided a conviction of its own.
Joined by Brooklyn Beer's brewmaster Garrett Oliver and other stout-hearted folk, Russian Tea Room beverage director Daniel Hartenstein talked about the culinary connection with the stouts, which were served with a selection of hors d'oeuvre, cheeses, dark breads and, ultimately, chocolate.
Both the individual actor and society at large benefit from freedom of conscience, unconstrained speech, and what Mill dubs "experiments in living." Although Mill was not immune from occasional infections by germs of Victorian wackiness, this stout-hearted defense of individualism has rendered him a liberal icon.
Take courage and be stout-hearted, all you who hope in the Lord" (31:19,24).
Stout-hearted commuters can reach Boston in about 40 minutes.
There are some stout-hearted people who profess never to have sung along with the theme tune to Neighbours, worried about how Mavis is going to get along in the Lake District or breathed a sigh of relief when whining Michelle Fowler de-camped to the States.
Thanks to four stout-hearted pacifists in the Robeson County Detention Center in Lumberton, N.C., the public has a chance to reflect on a delusion now in full circulation: that the United States is disarming.
The threat of a year's imprisonment is sufficient to chill the most stout-hearted who wish to challenge the law prohibiting use of the "A" word.
But it was the host and impresario of the day, "Tito" Tony Pastor, and his brother Pitoy who stole the show with their stout-hearted singing!