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The third, Rodger, was the black sheep of the family. He came of the old masterful Baskerville strain and was the very image, they tell me, of the family picture of old Hugo.
He had called Martin the black sheep of the family and repudiated him.
He was referred to as the black sheep of the family.
She always described herself as the black sheep of the family, but it was all her own doing.
As the black sheep of the family, Rennie is stubborn and strong willed, which may be a good thing as his grandfather wants him to fly to Iceland and deliver a message from beyond the grave.
"Yes, I'm the golfing black sheep of the family!" admitted Lindsay.
"He describes himself as the black sheep of the family, and he says that he will have to change his lifestyle."
Aunt Roey, as Laura called her, was a very understanding and Bohemian black sheep of the family, and when her niece told her she wanted to be a model, she encouraged her and told her how flat-chested teenager Lesley Hornby was discovered at a hairdressers and became Twiggy.
The Black Sheep of the family is Graham's eldest brother, Herbert.
Jim Sheridan's film is distinguished by emotionally raw performances and Gyllenhaal plies roguish charm as the black sheep of the family.
After a successful turn on the runway, Kamil, who says his family often describes him as the black sheep of the family given his outspoken views on life, moved to Germany to learn the language and about the European fashion industry.