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WOOFyWell-Off Older Folks
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I remember being at the airport, getting on the bus to get back to the car park with some heavy bags, he was at one end of the bus, I was at the other, and he shouted across the very crowded bus to me: "Woofy, I've got the car keys."
They will be making an appearance at Dundas Mall in Middlesbrough on Saturday, February 6, from noon-3pm when there will be free balloon modelling plus a chance to have your picture taken with Woofy and a mini version of the SuperBus.
Big-voiced baritone Sean Watson (Prince Ypsheim) is developing nicely, but he does tend to get woofy in the extremes of his tessitura.
STILT Walker James Carpenter is striding out with Woofy the dog to accompany children as they take the healthy option of walking to school instead of going by car.
Woofy WE have scored some really good goals this season.
Alfio Grasso (Giorgio Germont) sported a mature baritone with a woofy top and a vibrato throughout that masked his musicality.
It's nice and distinctive and seems to suit her, although she tends to get called 'Woofy' around the house, because we're both easily amused.
woofy SOME Everton fans need to get a hold of themselves.
Mezzo-soprano Stefania Scolastici (Amneris) had a rich lower register, but a shaky top vibrato, and baritone Marcello Lippi, although possessing the big voice necessary for Amonasro, was woofy in his placement.
"Simon Wright and Woofy (Shaun Woof) also bring a lot of knowledge to the table and passion which spurs us all on.
The usually robust baritone Julien Patenaude (Melisso) sounded weak an d woofy; clearly, Handel is not his repertoire.