The shepherds are rustics of the Colin Clout type, and discuss the follies and corruptions around them.
Still we live meanly, like ants; though the fable tells us that we were long ago changed into men; like pygmies we fight with cranes; it is error upon error, and clout upon clout, and our best virtue has for its occasion a superfluous and evitable wretchedness.
clout that tom are offering some routes that call.
clout in world trade negotiations.
Some prior Clout cardholders report that they don't remember receiving notification of the change of ownership and that they have not received any monthly statements from Bank of America to pay off their outstanding balance.
A-list celebs due to the music station's clout in the industry.
Bully tactics Men use power in terms of financial clout.
All in all, the EU has gained considerable clout during the last few years in these areas.
Perhaps ESA have a little less clout with the media than NASA?
Often you need political clout to ensure your rights are enforced.
This mini-size card was designed to be added to the cardholder's key chain, a convenience feature that was very attractive to the young Clout cardholders.
Could the Saudis be using their economic clout quietly with threats of an oil boycott?
There is just a chance that it might have enough clout to make the US politicians wake up!
His status as a matinee idol gave him sufficient clout to lease the Queen's Theater for a season.
With the marketing clout of Lockheed Martin behind it, the future of the Golden Eagle is sure to be bright.
And there are plenty of companies, like Samsung, with the money and market clout to do it.
Jeremy Sams directs a cast with considerable box office clout.
By contrast, the widowed countess Isabel lacked her late husband's political clout.
discriminatethat Manchester giant has plenty of clout, has discriminating taste and ' some of the most distinguished poets in Britain.
I took a copper dolly and hand hammer from my toolbox and gave the outer flange of the pin a sharp clout.
Don't we want our icons to have more clout, more heft, more angles?
Ruby said, " He gave Valentines first time a fair old clout, but after that he was going super all the way.
Ruby said, He gave Valentines first time a fair old clout, but after that he was going super all the way.
Clout Financial offered financial products and services to over 750,000 United States college students and graduates starting in 1999.
As the issuers changed, the Clout website and customer-service telephone numbers eventually became inactive.
This could happen if the cardholder address on file at Clout was no longer current.
The difference here is that no other celebrity has ever had the clout that Oprah Winfrey has.
Because of that fact, in 1993 Clinton could not devote as much time or political clout to health care reform.
Spenser, in "Colin Clout's come home again," calls him with a spice of raillery "old Palaemon" who "sung so long until quite hoarse he grew."
Surely a website can't carry more clout than a TV prog?
Origin ' Ne'er cast a clout till May be out ' is an English proverb.
And do its three new commissioners lack the clout of their predecessors?
The rhyming dialog, far from being a gimmick, adds metaphorical clout to the script without distracting from the performances in any way.
clout round the ear.
clout of a record company behind them.
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