blatter laughed out loud and quipped: “Then they should refrain from any sexual activities.”
Under fire, blatter later backed down, protesting that he was “misunderstood” by the press.
"Whitaker has quit," announced Mr. blatter, who acted as sales manager.
He will gar them blatter and bleeze upon the burning coals of hell!
Patsy had been teaching her companion such phrases as "a blatter o' sleet," an "on-ding o' snaw," and a "thresh o' rain."
"He's as conscientious as a Pilgrim father," remarked Mr. blatter.
The Deacon there couldna let blatter wi' a hearty oath to save his withered sowl.
"I suppose it will have to be Hydeman, then," remarked Mr. blatter, rising.
It was his willingness to take on overtime work, and his quiet competence that first attracted the approving eye of Mr. blatter.
For years it had been without a lock; ever since a blatter of wind and rain drove the door against the fire-place.