The recipient of occasional death threats, malkin has twice felt the need to move her family to undisclosed locations.
There is a place for the far right in this party, malkin included, and I respect their right to be heard.
Hannity and malkin can still rant, but somewhere, Jack Murtha is watching, with a smile.
The malkin family, through malkin Securities, owns 10 million square feet of real estate, including the Empire State Building.
Today malkin says this anecdote— highlighted in her Wikipedia entry —has been largely mischaracterized by the mainstream media.
But hie thee back to malkin Tower, and contrive that this lady may hear, as well as see, all that passes.
I wish his malkin was re-established at Tournay—and so I believe does he.
Its very violence, however, assured her it must soon cease, and she would then set out for malkin Tower.
The floods descended from the congregated sisterhood at malkin tower.
Miss malkin came and atoned for her historic glance in the shop.
also mawkin, "a slattern; woman of the lower classes," late 13c., from fem. proper name Malkyn, a diminutive of Mault "Maud" (see Matilda). Also attested from c.1200 as the proper name of a female specter. Sense of "untidy woman" led to meaning "mop, bundle of rags on a stick" (used to clean ovens, artillery pieces, etc.), c.1400.
MALKINTRASH. One in dismal garb. ["Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit, and Pickpocket Eloquence," London, 1811]Attested as the name of a cat since 1670s (perhaps earlier as Grimalkin, 16c.); cf. Serbo-Croatian mačka "cat," originally a pet-name form of Maria. Also used in Scotland and northern England as the name of a hare (1724).