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schnook

and schnuck and shnook (ʃnʊk)
n. a naive person; a dope. (Yiddish.) What’s a good-looking dame like her doing with a shnook like him?
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The helmet looked so bad on the Democratic candidate that Republicans took photographic note of the event and declared a kind of schnook alert in which every Nikon in North American proceeded to depict Dukakis as Alfred E.
All these aspirational schnooks came out here thinking that they had really made it,'' said Fountain, a real estate broker, blogger and lifelong Greenwich resident.
Even Arik's outre job working for a smuggler amounts to nothing more than a summer gig where he sweeps the gambling room and follows poor schnooks who have decided to use Yankele's services.
Working schnooks even have another pathetic hero foisted upon them.
is through Now don't you give me those adjunct blues Cause I did everything Lay off of those adjunct blues Took all the classes Read all the books Listed the sources Cited the schnooks Wrote a dissertation insightful and true Then I wrote it all again when you said to make it new Now don't you.
Tony began as the classic two-bit gunsel who gave us law-abiding schnooks a vicarious thrill with his rise, then a righteous reassurance with his fall.
Jerry Falwell, who speaks to God, and God speaks back to him, has told you that it wasn't religious fanatics serving an all-powerful god who threw themselves into fiery hell, it was the ACLU, the American Civil Liberties Union, the ones who take up the eases of poor schnooks who've been fired for blowing the whistle on corporate polluters and subhuman sweatshop owners.
Other chains that are active are Kroger, WinnDixie, Schnooks, Rite Aid, Pubilx and HEB.
Us schnooks in the business call it merchandising or visual display or point of sale, but trade dress?
free cinema in England, direct cinema in the United States and candid eye in this country) broke away from the kind of documentaries that treat viewers like dim schnooks.
American Idol'' owes its origins to Ted Mack's ``Amateur Hour'' and its success to Americans' passion for fame and our snarly certainty that we (or one of our loved ones) could do better than some of those no-talent schnooks.
Indeed, those who create sitcoms increasingly have little use for these cues telling the poor schnooks when they should be busting a gut.
It's just us misguided and geographically undesirable schnooks who risk being fooled into thinking that all the super-top-secret testimony leaking out of Washington these days is about something important.