So quipped U.S. Sen. roscoe Conkling of New York 130 years ago.
So many to pick from, but one restaurant really has a piece of my heart, literally: roscoe's Chicken Waffles.
In January, Bernie Cervantes Villegas, 36, and roscoe Cambridge, 29, were killed in separate incidents.
Dr. roscoe Brown, 87, squadron commander of the 332nd Fighter Group, tells Marlow Stern about being a real Tuskegee Airman.
He ran across the common to Mr. roscoe's house and rapped on the door.
He died at Utica at the home of his sister, who was the wife of roscoe Conkling.
"I won't detain you any longer, Mr. roscoe," said Hector, realizing that the conversation had occupied considerable time.
I didn't know but you might say somethin' to her along that line, roscoe.
Judge roscoe asked disconsolately, after telling him that he must wait till morning.
You remember I warned you against misjudging the Coltons, roscoe.
"revolver," 1914, criminals' slang, from the proper name, for some reason.
A pistol; heat
[1914+; a pet name, used for dissimulation]