Mitt Romney barely winning a primary in his home state is like Charlie Sheen barely winning a primary in a Hooters.
At an underground party, Joyce introduced Peggy to her friend Abe Drexler (Charlie Hofheimer), a beatnik journalist.
As a film commentator, she has been a guest on Charlie Rose, Today, CBS Sunday Morning and MSNBC.
In 2004, he told Charlie Rose, “I see the empathy deficit that damages so much of our politics.”
They were about to anoint Charlie Wilson as one of their own.
"But strikes me they've had about all of me they can stand," demurred Charlie.
Charlie, you seem to forget that we're talkin' about a man and a gun.
Aren't you going to tell Connie that Charlie was a naughty boy?
"I'd like to know how I'm going to get back through this jungle after dark," Charlie said.
Charlie boy, try to tell Mary, where was he when the cross girl got him?
masc. proper name, familiar form of Charles (also see -y (3)); 1965 in Vietnam War U.S. military slang for "Vietcong, Vietcong soldier," probably suggested by Victor Charlie, military communication code for V.C. (as abbreviation of Viet Cong), perhaps strengthened by World War II slang use of Charlie for Japanese soldiers, which itself is probably an extension of the 1930s derogatory application of Charlie to any Asian man, from fictional Chinese detective Charlie Chan.
Other applications include "a night watchman" (1812); "a goatee beard" (1834, from portraits of King Charles I and his contemporaries); "a fox" (1857); "a woman's breasts" (1874); "an infantryman's pack" (World War I); and "a white man" (Mr. Charlie), 1960, American English, from black slang.
The Vietcong or a Vietcong soldier
[Vietnam War armed forces; fr Victor Charlie, military voice alphabet designation for VC]