So I tried Moocows2014, Cattle2014, Bovines2014 and even Veal2014 even though I can't abide
the thought of eating that dreadful meat.
1Poirot 1 POIROT can't abide
being or feeling untidy.
Diagnosed with OCD, Lesley lives with her 23-year-old, part-time student daughter Tuesday, who can't abide
contact with others and who compulsively washes her hands up to 50 times a day.
But the one I can't abide
is the inexplicable disconnection between how some hotels perceive themselves and the service they provide and how the ordinary customer sees them," she added.
Carr joked: "Why don't What I really can't abide
is being told: "Do as I say, not as I do.
Conservative billionaires are queuing up to pour money into Romney's campaign to oust a President they can't abide
If the parliament members can't abide
by the system, how can we expect others to abide by the system set by such a parliament?
The pressure for wage equality is being felt on many levels - women who have to work can't abide
the idea of earning less than a man in the same job -besides the injustice of it, being paid less is demeaning - it diminishes her importance and talent by suggesting that she has the job because she can be had for less than a man with the same skills or education.
Both of us like traditional wallpapers and can't abide
stylised florals which seem to make up the bulk of them at the moment.
This is the perfect gun for women who want a firearm that expresses their femininity, but can't abide
the idea of a colored gun.
I can't abide
someone dishonoring these families, who've been through so much, in this way.
She can't abide
a lizard Or a python or a goat, And to keep an alligator, We'd need to build a moat.
Carroty Kate is aligned with a truly evil man who can't abide
small children and threatens, meaningfully, to tie Ivy in a sack and drown her in the Thames if she doesn't stop crying.
I can't abide
spicy food and avoid anything that is potentially too hot to handle.
John McCain; the Republican Party; talk radio; shout-fest cable TV; political cynics; anyone who can't abide
the thought of a woman or an African-American as the next president of the United States; and anyone who needed "I told you so" evidence that mainstream TV political journalism has utterly lost its way and become largely irrelevant.