The company says Yokel
is inspired by the German traditions of small village breweries.
While the metal is not easily absorbed, the government is still paying scientists like Yokel
to make sure we are safe when it comes to dietary sources of aluminum.
He hit the yokel
a hundred times while the yokel
held up his arms in stunned surprise.
That view got turned upside down early in the 1990s when David Yokel
, now of the Bureau of Land Management in Fairbanks, Alaska, made unusually detailed observations.
of the apocryphal incident of the southern yokel
"who rushes to the stage to save Desdemona from the black man.
But these stories also form the context for the media reincarnation of Bill Clinton from local yokel
to forceful world leader: They reinforce political resignation, cynicism, and apathy, and urge us to defer to those above us, the authorities, our leaders.
The song tells of the various scrapes a yokel
gets into when he hits the Bowery and includes the line "The Bowery
He looms before you in close-up like Ernest, the loquacious yokel
of a thousand TV commercials.
Adapted by RSC artistic director Gregory Doran, there is plenty of humour sandwiched between the tragedy, with morris dancing yokel
Cuddy Banks (superbly played by Dafydd Llyr Thomas) providing much amusement when he befriends the devil dog, oblivious to its sinister powers.
QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Bedside lamp 8 Tea 9 Arc 11 Bassoon 12 Yokel
13 Ore 14 Eye 15 Unheard 17 Emu 19 Your 21 Rude 23 Sped 25 Lens 27 Dip 29 Embrace 31 Beg 34 Two 36 Rally 37 Tuition 38 Ace 39 Log 40 Herring gull.
The Scutters', a team fronted by a yokel
who proudly wears his illiteracy like a badge (probably not 'a badge', actually, because he wouldn't be able to read it) came last.
Second: 1 Seabiscuit, 2 Greenacre Lin, 3 Ellas Pride, 4 Pennys Yokel
(m), 5 Mourinho (w), 6 Dashas Deal (w).
In passages of mingled satire and lyricism, Wolfe develops the cultural conflict of Christian and Jew, yokel
and city dweller.