- From German and Scandinavian Karl. A variant of Charles. (Wiktionary)
“Despite posing with karl Lagerfeld and Kate Moss, apparently Karl was not amused with Beth and made some fat jibes, while Vogue editor Anna Wintour has also apparently been unimpressed with her antics.”
“(@Karl) (@JC and Karl) Lynette ended up using Gaby's skeeviness to her own benefit, as well, and got a higher-paying job with her friend's husband.”
“[Illustration: BIRTHPLACE OF KARL MARX.] "So, when I took the shoes sometimes I would stop and play with him a bit -- play with Karl and the girls.”
“Asked if he could remember a certain Karl Marx, the wheezing old pensioner at first came up empty.”
“So Karl is wrong right there in calling it a reality show.”
“(Cassidy is afraid that the goats will cause the horses to revolt against the horsemen.) (O Molly, put the goats in the countryside.) (Cassidy gives Karl to the goats.) (Molly fears that Demosthenes will not save Karl from the goats.)”
“Karl is a prime example of a Wingnut Welfare Queen.”
“These adjustments are supposed to adjust for station moves – the procedure is described in Karl and Williams 1988 [check], but, like so many climate recipes, is a complicated statistical procedure that is not based on statistical procedures known off the island.”
“Pete Karl is an engineer who builds Twitter apps at the Digital Influence Group and his own start-up called Lion Burger.”
“And as NPR's Jon Hamilton reports, they're hoping that what they saw in Karl will help them predict the power of future storms and save lives.”
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