Oh, sure, if it would attract a few token Republican votes, they were willing to tinker with the price tag.
He even replaced the other actor he looked up to, Michael Fassbender, in tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
tinker every year, adding new provisions and privileges as much needed new research comes in.
Thousands of developers from hundreds of shops and dozens of device makers are free to tinker with Android all they want.
[Laughs] KROLL: The “tinker Stinker” I like, in that it felt like a true labeling of something that happens.
"Ve've got summat, at last," said the tinker, with a self-applauding glance at his friends.
"Mr. Kelly can see you now, Mr. tinker," she said, all calmed down again.
And the chap's name was Christopher too—a tinker by his trade.
The tinker turned a quizzical eye on the four inquiring faces.
Sherry looked on for a while and then went out to tinker with the car.
"mender of kettles, pots, pans, etc.," mid-13c. (as a surname), of uncertain origin. Some connect the word with the sound made by light hammering on metal. The verb meaning "to keep busy in a useless way" is first found 1650s. Tinker's damn "something slight and worthless" is from 1824, probably simply preserving tinkers' reputation for free and casual use of profanity; more elaborate derivations exist, but seem to be just-so stories without evidence.