When he found the walleyed
newsboy, he gave him a nickel for the paper and ran back to the tracks.
a girl with red hair supposedly inherited from her grandfather, a plump girl with fair skin, broad hips, one eye light green and the other blue-violet, a girl who sometimes goes walleyed
and weighs around fifty-eight kilograms.
The beer can label again features a speared fish, a reference to the walleyed
pike that Chippewa catch each spring off their Wisconsin reservations.
"It's mortifying to admit," he writes, "that it took me until my mid-forties to realize, with the same walleyed
astonishment that someone realizes he's been shot, how arbitrary and irremediable suffering can be."
I was a week away from the red chip when they outed me from Gay AA for phonesex in the detox closet, swilling bottles of phony cologne - Esprit, bootlegged by my bunkmate, a walleyed
cowboy from Melville, Long Island.
Save a walleye, spear a pregnant squaw!' This ugly taunt was One of the rallying cries this spring for hundreds of angry whites in northern Wisconsin as they confronted a small number of Chippewas who sought to exercise a federally protected right to spearfish walleyed
pike outside reservation boundaries.
My friend Jane and I had a treat recently -- walleyed
pike (fish) cooked perfectly at a pretty outdoor restaurant in Northern Minnesota.
Hunchback ogles, walleyed
(one agog, the other cataracted, so that the globes resemble one of the creature's teeth, which are about the size of the buttons on his collar).
Part of the reform package was a competency test for teachers, who like to had a walleyed
fit over it and now refuse to vote for White.