"Our project vision included creating more homelike 'households,' a more welcoming focal point than the existing large nurses' station, and more flexible dining rooms, as well as opening up all of the glass-enclosed sitting rooms that our residents affectionately
referred to as 'fishbowls,'" explains Mother Alice Marie Jones, lsp.
He catches Bill O'Reilly blowing hard ("I've almost been killed three times," Carlson quotes O'Reilly, dubiously), Barney Frank in a shrewish mode ("I think you're filled with hatred," Frank sneers at him), and Jerry Falwell embracing his brothers in publicity hoghood, Alan Dershowitz and Geraldo Rivera ("he's a brilliant fellow.") He tells about the night Jim Traficant came on the show drunk, affectionately
reveals that Bill Press, his former co-host on a show called "The Spin Room," seemed to operate a restaurant plugola scheme, and offers a brief but spot-on parody of the bombastic Chris Matthews.
Schwartz, who speaks affectionately
of Trotsky as "the old man" and "L.D." (initials for Lev Davidovich Bronstein, Trotsky's birth name), told Heer of "exchang[ing] banter with Wolfowitz about Trotsky, the Moscow Trials and Max Shachtman" during a Washington party last February.
Before 1989 a number of taxpayers used what they affectionately
called "basis shifting" to circumvent the intent of the exchange process.
IN the days when overseas players were almost unheard of in the league football, I remember Nieuwenhuys (affectionately
known as Nivvy) playing on the wing for Liverpool.
The book ends with the Cologne self-portrait, affectionately
nicknamed the Joker, but this perhaps suggests the artificial finality of a particu larly dramatic instance.
British Airways has said that it will arrange to fly the bird, affectionately
known as 'Hannibal' by its carers, when it is ready to be moved.
And expect to be warmly and affectionately
greeted with abrazos (hugs) by those with whom you've done business.
Not bad for a man affectionately
known around the office as "the old forester." Despite these accomplishments, though, Tikkala remains humble.
refer to the largest gene-poor region as "the Black Hole," says Gardiner.
Not the typical CEO of a company that does $120 million in annual sales, employs 575 people (affectionately
known as "Cognoids") at more than a dozen locations around the globe, and positions itself as the world leader in the sober field of machine vision, but perfectly in line with Shillman's staunch refusal to take himself too seriously.
JOYFUL MYSTERIES Italians have fallen head over heels in love with cell phones, which they affectionately