WRY


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WRYWest Riding Yorkshire (UK)
WRYWorld Refugee Year (1959-1960)
WRYWilliams, Roberts, Young, Inc.
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'After all, perhaps you would rather not have known the fact, any how?' said Jeremiah; and he said it with a twist, as if his words had come out of him in his own wry shape.
The surgeon now ordered his patient to be stript to his shirt, and then entirely baring the arm, he began to stretch and examine it, in such a manner that the tortures he put him to caused Jones to make several wry faces; which the surgeon observing, greatly wondered at, crying, "What is the matter, sir?
"Ah," he remarked, with a wry pucker of his mouth, "I see you still believe in such things as right and wrong."
Mr Dennis received this part of the scheme with a wry face, observing that as a general principle he objected to women altogether, as being unsafe and slippery persons on whom there was no calculating with any certainty, and who were never in the same mind for four-and-twenty hours at a stretch.
The sketch sees Gregor sit in the familiar original wingbacked green leather armchair Fulton used in Scotch & Wry sketch Last Call - a send-up of 70s and 80s late-night TV sermon Late Call, where I.
Long-time feminist and Globe and Mail columnist Elizabeth Renzetti has delivered 15 essays in the form of Shrewed: A Wry and Closely Observed Look at the Lives of Women and Girls.
Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles are the project of former and founding lead guitarist of Catfish and the Bottlemen, and in the past years since Billy started forging his own path, the band are now over 100 gigs deep into their touring career.
Mr Al Wry has more than 33 years of banking, leadership and management experience garnered from the many senior positions he has held at ABC in both London and Bahrain.
Al Wry brings with him more than 33 years of banking, leadership and management experience garnered from the many senior positions he has held at ABC in both London and Bahrain.
Singer Thomas Sanders is a big part of their success, combining a wry way with a lyric that's deserving of a young Morrissey with its sarcastic and deadpan delivery.
It is then, with wry amusement that England can assess the decision to cap the Islamabad-born Khawaja.
On the other hand, "Making It Up As We Go Along" could have been written for a musical melodrama of 1930s vintage, and "Waiting Tables" sets wry lyrics about waiting for one's big break to a sinewy, bebop-derived head played by a large but nimble horn section.