On the other hand, in a late poem called "No-Good
Blues" he almost seems to say that the great names in high European culture are not as important in his experience: "I try to hide in Proust, / Mallarme, & Camus, but the no-good
blues / come looking for me.
They became known as 'da-me architecture' (no-good
architecture), a term intended to reflect an equal mixture of affection and disdain.
Carmen Sandiego and her band of no-good
bandits have done it again.
Fugard's earliest plays were No-Good
Friday and Nongogo (both published in Dimetos and Two Early Plays, 1977), but it was The Blood Knot (1963), produced for stage (1961) and television (1967) in both London and New York City, that established his international reputation.
Athol wrote No-Good
Friday in three weeks, but was so anxious to cast the play that he did not finish it.
A young woman raised her hand and explained that she had a perfect illustration of the captive soul--"a homeless person." This confused me, but she explained that homeless people were lazy, no-good
burdens on society.
As Ayme had it, there was no French Resistance; or, if there was, it was full of no-good
Commies, so it didn't matter.
The kids tangle with the petnappers all over town, but all is nearly lost when Indiana suspects that Tom is a no-good
double-crosser who's in cahoots with the bad guys.
Diane It has been a year since Emily Walters (Keaton) lost her no-good
husband Charles and she has channelled her grief and rage into volunteer work.
He will need permission under the Allotments Act from Defra - perhaps the "opposition" could give the people of Liverpool the skinny on whether Defra ministers and Lib Dem MPs Dan Rogerson and Roger Williams will say no to Anderson's no-brain, no-good
sister Joyce (Katee Sackhoff), takes up residence in an old trailer nearby and helps Heidi to make sense of strange visions.
After the heavy Thanksgiving travel season, when all the talk was of the United States's inefficient, intrusive, big-government, terrible, horrible, no-good
, very bad airport security, some noted that the Good Alternative was Israel, which more effectively and more confidently protects an ostensibly more threatened populace.
They live in little more than a rural shack, but at least it's a roof over their heads - and now they could end up homeless, thanks to her no-good
He's a no-good
waster who has given up his job and is living off what my daughter brings in.
Rutgers student Katie Antos, 18, also wouldn't go splitsville over a no-good
gift, but "if I won't get anything - maybe," she said.