After all that windup, it was finally time for Mitt Romney to make the most difficult and important sales pitch of his life.
“I find that a bit of noise always helps after we get the windup with the bayonet, sir,” he explained to Dalroy.
He stopped his windup and threw to Menken, who was covering the rubber and yelling to him to throw.
He was disguised as a prima ballerina for the purpose, and as a windup he danced, with great skill and abandon, a can-can.
It would have been something of a windup to send the boy to the penitentiary.
Our morning meal was like a capital English breakfast, with coffee by way of a windup.