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  • He also said that far from being "bullyboys" as claimed by the school governing body's advocate Jan Heunis, education MEC Cameron

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He also said that far from being "bullyboys" as claimed by the school's advocate Jan Heunis, education MEC Cameron Dugmore and his officials had shown both concern, compassion and respect for the community of Kuilsriver.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The anti-rationing side is smoothly going along; and now the pro-rationing side is doing its best to turn a collection of union bullyboys, professional agitators, paid rent-a-crowds, and a thin shell of hardcore Democratic enthusiasts into something that looks like an actual grassroots movement, at least when you squint.

    ‘Health care is important, of course. Now watch this drive.’ - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • He discovers that they don't - and Plame and her colleagues also tell the bullyboys from Cheney's office that the aluminum tubes they're touting as a component of uranium refinement are not made for that purpose.

    Marshall Fine: Movie Review: Fair Game

  • The instant the reminiscence faded, the symptoms of deterioration took over, grabbing the limelight like an insecure celebrity, drowning out, with Welkian schmaltz, the shy snores of embezzlers, the out-of-sync rasps of homicidal maniacs, the nocturnal whimpers of lifelong bullyboys.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • Maybe Cheney, Rumsfeld and Bush and their gang of bullyboys held you in shock and awe while these others saw only the familiar return of dog and boot and murder, after those few bright moments on the Mall of our past.

    A poem maybe... heard somebody say...

  • But not so many more than the customary Awkward squad actually voted against the Government, it seems, even if there was a higher number of abstentions than Brown N's bullyboys expected.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Those Republican bullyboys would probably be reduced to tears and the whole world could see what hides behind the authoritarian facade of the macho GOP crowd.

    Right Wingers Go After MoveOn With New TV Ad

  • Not with thugs and bullyboys but with you and me showing up at town hall meetings and asking pointed questions of our Republican congresspeople and not letting them off the hook with easy answers.

    At My Nose

  • In the thirties, when Americans fought for labor rights, there were bullyboys, thugs, stoolies and finks.

    At My Nose

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