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rat-bastard

n. a really wretched or despised person. (Rude and derogatory.) Stay away from Albert, he’s a real rat-bastard when he’s drunk.
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Rhys is due to film his scenes for The Bastard Executioner today.
Fat bastard has been a valuable partner," said Susan Simon, Program Director of the New York-based Maurer Foundation.
Our Magnificent Bastard Language doesn't read as smoothly as it could.
For Hotel Rooms, in the various hotels where Bastard is put up by art institutions, the artist videotapes herself in a newly made-up room, deftly making it look as if someone has since slept in it.
Fat Bastard has been a long-time supporter of The Maurer Foundation, having donated to and sponsored a number of events including the Pink Diamond Gala, Flamingo Bowl and Golf Classic.
While pre-Christian Roman law had not treated illegitimacy as a moral or social problem, the Christian emperors stigmatized bastards as the shameful products of illicit intercourse and imposed a variety of penalties upon them--among other disabilities, they became ineligible to hold public office, and their parents were banned from giving them gifts or leaving legacies to them.
There are no customers for the middle market - not enough for the volume in the middle, anyway," worried Bastard.
Cllr Elder shouted at Mr Mallon: "I lost my dog on Monday - you bastard.
Of course they don't, the evil bastard dropped them among the kurds back in the days when Big Don Rumsfeld shook Saddam's hand.
As a child, Audubon could have hardly imagined this fate, as he was the bastard child of a French naval officer and a chambermaid.
Readers accustomed to the British legal tradition of "once a bastard, always a bastard", will find her discussion of the fluid nature of illegitimacy in Latin America, where many successfully petitioned for legitimate status, a fruitful source for comparison.
Shakespeare's Bastard makes it metaphorical: "You bloody Neros, ripping up the womb / Of your dear mother England" (5.
Patton standing in front of a huge American flag and uttering the famous lines: ``Now I want you to remember that no bastard ever won a war by dying for his country.
I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU THOUGHT RUMSFELD WAS A CHEAP BASTARD.
Set in the imaginary land of Farsala, this fantasy features three teenagers: the spirited lady Soraya, daughter of the commander of the army; the commander's loyal bastard son, Soraya's half-brother Jiaan; and a clever peasant peddler named Kavi.