He provides an outlet for anti-Patrick voters without risking them tending ballots for baker.
McBride then reportedly turned on the women, and grabbed baker violently.
baker wants to weaken patent protections for new drugs and instead rely more on direct government funding of medical research.
The bigger problem, however, is that while baker is looking at total income, that's not how workers experience tax increases.
Where Brown prizes his GMC Canyon pickup, baker prefers a minivan.
"By George, I forgot the fact that the card had an address on it," baker exclaimed.
It is the equivalent of the thirteenth roll in a 'baker's dozen.'
They all returned, therefore, to baker's Bay in no very good humor.
"Fournier, a baker, or one that keeps, or governs a common oven" (Cotgrave).
I don't intend going to see the girl at the baker's shop any more.'
Old English bæcere "baker," agent noun from bacan "to bake" (see bake (v.)). In the Middle Ages, the craft had two divisions, braun-bakeres and whit-bakeres.
White bakers shall bake no hors brede..broune bakers shall bake whete brede as it comyth grounde fro the mylle withoute ony bultyng of the same. Also the seid broune bakers shall bake hors brede of clene benys and pesyn, And also brede that is called housholdersbrede. [Letterbook in the City of London Records Office, Guildhall, 1441]Baker's dozen "thirteen" is from 1590s.
These dealers [hucksters] ... on purchasing their bread from the bakers, were privileged by law to receive thirteen batches for twelve, and this would seem to have been the extent of their profits. Hence the expression, still in use, "A baker's dozen." [H.T. Riley, "Liber Albus," 1859]