starveling


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starveling

(stärv′lĭng)
n.
One that is starving or being starved.
adj.
Starving.
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Sanders Francis Flute Jesse Tyler Ferguson Robin Starveling Ken Cheeseman Tom Snout Jason Antoon Snug Keith Randolph Smith Puck Jon Michael Hill First Fairy Chelsea Bacon Oberon Keith David Titania Laila Robins Philostrate Herb Foster
Back home in England he produced the painting, O the Roast Beef of Old England, in which three starveling French soldiers gaze at the steak in hungry amazement and a fat friar prods it covetously with his finger.
Other cast members include Joseph Oyala as Theseus, Caitlin Anderson as Hippolyta, Jared McLean as Demetrius, Margaret Moore as Hermia, Stevo Clay as Lysander, Lilli Turner as Helena, Marlowe Johnson as Indian Boy, Rachelmay Takahashi as Petty Quince, Schuyler Leonard as Tom Snout, Daniel Nathan Tuch as Francis Flute, Michael Hoag as Robin Starveling, Bobby Vrtis as Nick Bottom, Rachael Davies as Mustardseed, Tamara Langman as Peaseblossom and Joe Doyle as Mote.
DRAMATIS PERSONAE: QUINCE, a carpenter; SNUG, a joiner; BOTTOM, a weaver; FLUTE, a bellows-mender; SNOUT, a tinker; STARVELING, a tailor; BLOG, a 21st-century phenom.
Honigwachs honey wax Hunger hunger Hungerleider starveling, needy wretch, poor devil Kanalgeruch canal or sewer sinell (or possibly smelly pipe) Kanalgitter sewer cover Karfunkel carbuncle Katzenellenbogen cat's elbow Kirschrot, Kirschrut cherry red Kohlkopt cabbage head Kratzer scratcher Krautkopf cabbage head Kuratz excrement (in Croatian) Kussemich kiss me Ladstockschwinger(?
Age war means not having to admit class war from above or government's role in the starveling minimum wage, antiunionism, dangerous tax cuts for the rich, capital and job flights, NAFTA, CAFTA and the WTO.
Thoreau the narrator first views the infant of the family, coldly describing her as "the wrinkled, sybil-like, cone-headed infant that sat upon its father's knee as in the palace of nobles, and looked out from its home in the midst of wet and hunger inquisitively upon the stranger, with the privilege of infancy, not knowing but it was the last of a noble line, and the hope and cynosure of the world, instead of John Field's poor starveling brat.
in descending to the maternal stratum, one reaches the feminine, the mammary subtext of the novel, that of the starveling, suckling child who, though he has been physically weaned, has metaphorically never ceased longing to draw sustenance from an inexhaustible breast.
Not huge public pain like the battlefield of Borodino or Dickens's starveling slum children, but the acute, keen, scalpel-edged hurt of private pain, the kind known to every man, woman, and child who has embarked upon the difficult, unpredictable business of living in 2003, as much as in 1803.
There was a need to ridicule the enemy, show his inferiority and humiliate him; he had to be portrayed as a coward, a starveling, an imbecile; his very identity had to be degraded, by presenting him as effeminate; and all this was done to induce the conviction that defeat was impossible and victory inevitable.