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The campaign recognizes that previous outreach, such as when John called his wife a "trollope" and "you cunt," were unsuccessful.
Michael Jackson obits, Sanford obits or Tehran obitsWhile CNN and other MSM deluge the internet and TV with trollope, important news takes a backseat.
If Laura Bush gave a damn about more than her smokes, Xanax, Charodnnay, and her trollope daughters, she might not like her husband's closest advisor calling him her husband.
There was also a style of dress called a “trollope,” which had stiff stays and hoops so large that the wearer was obliged to wiggle, bend, and point to maneuver herself sideways through a door.
"I know," said Paulding, writing to him in later life, "you consider old Sal as a sort of saucy, flippant trollope, belonging to nobody, and not worth fathering."