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cotton-picking

An intensifier used to express one's anger or frustration. Oh, he's just a cotton-picking fool—don't listen to a word he says!

cotton-picking

and cotton-pickin’
mod. worthless; damned. (Folksy.) Who is this cotton-picking bigwig pushing us around?

cotton-pickin’

verb
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Critical enterprise solutions, such as those used by data centres for example, remain revered by IT teams and some businesses need flexible support models that can maintain their essential infrastructure while adopting cloud solutions," commented Mark Pickin, Ultima's maintenance services business manager.
Green pickin's are rare for my city chickens, so I decided to plant a patch of forage for them.
Franklin, TN, January 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Local Nashville Artists; Dawn & Nash formerly known as Tawny River, Daphne & the Mystery Machines and Adam Burrows have come together in alliance with Kimbro's Pickin Parlor, Give a Little Nashville and Music City Roots to host an evening of music and charity for the Room in the Inn and Nashville's homeless community.
Matthew Pickin, Counterparty Risk Analyst at Infospectrum, told Gulf News by email the revision of the BMP4 is expected to have a "positive effect on the costs for some of the large operators." However, he also said that many of "low profile ship operators will likely proceed as normal, with or without the necessary precautions."
WRITING her first play was Mary Pickin's way of bouncing back from the break-up of her marriage of 23 years.
Byline: TOM DAVIDSON AND JESSICA PICKIN newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk
Head Alison Pickin said: "We had a couple of technical issues with Skype, so Tanni kindly said she would come when she was next near Birmingham.
We ll if you appreciate a good sick day, then you will appreciate a good twanging country tune full of honesty, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo pickin .
Gary Pickin has joined fresh-baked Business and will be working to help organisations transform their business processes through the application of lean and 'six sigma' principles.
The Dulas Arms, Llanddulas The Britannia Band There will also be a pickin session and 'open mike' and will be looking for bands to perform
Arriving in Ladji's household in scene 5, he spits out his truth about Ladji's practice of child trafficking: "People talk say you look pickin sell Marabout Moulaye.
(Yes, I realize this is the second month I've plumbed the depths of my geekhood to present a funny-yet-pertinent column, but please bear with me--I'm writing this in August, and the pickin's are slim.)
But now not only is there the Sky roadster, but the Sky Red Line, a version of the base model that takes something that is already a grand execution of the Kappa platform (which is also used for the Pontiac Solstice) and, essentially via some rather impressive powertrain engineering, takes the car to a new level of performance, something that's not only been sorely lacking at Saturn for some time (some might argue since approximately Day One), but at GM as a whole (taking into account the number of nameplates it has in its portfolio and comparing it with those that make the market sit up and take notice in a positive way; there are, for example, the Chevy Corvette and the Cadillac XLR, but then the pickin's become rather slim).
These slim pickin's are demonstrative of the exceedingly low numbers of adult ferruginous pygmy-owls in Arizona.
The "Delta Food Traditions" show will kick off with a "pig pickin" and a lecture on the history of barbecue at 3 p.m.