In and of themselves they reveal their dyed-in-the-wool
philosophy and the very peculiar slang of such events, which culminates in the words of a bank-branch director: "If someone has visions, they should go out to the fields or els e to therapy.
We find libertarians insisting that the marketplace is a sufficient accountability mechanism; dyed-in-the-wool
public educators being swayed by "level playing field" claims even though responding to such claims often brings stultifying red tape; and people resisting state standards and tests for the same reasons that other educators resist them.
Though she says Kort has "introduced the whole concept of balance into my life," Cutler remains a dyed-in-the-wool
Even stranger, his work struck profound echoes with earlier French art, with Delacroix and Gerome, showing Dubuffet to be a dyed-in-the-wool
Orientalist whose cartoony, leering images of Arabs, made in 1947-49 during three trips to Algeria, now look premonitory both of Twombly's mature sgraffito and Picasso's late-style cavaliers.
OK, usually I try to be a little lighthearted on this page, since I am a dyed-in-the-wool
, warp-and-woof optimist.
Phil and his wife, Robin, who are now dyed-in-the-wool
AS every Hearts fan knows, Vladimir Romanov is a dyed-in-the-wool
He is a dyed-in-the-wool
football player,'' his father said.
The festival celebrations will be extra special for dyed-in-the-wool
railwayman Lewis Lycett.
she acted as though she were a dyed-in-the-wool
However, although she and her partner intend to stay in South Wales on a permanent basis, they have no plans to start following Cardiff City, for they are both dyed-in-the-wool
Manchester United supporters.