Mr. Fisk grinned a very hearty concurrence with the sentiment, and took a respectful leave, and withdrew.
"I 'd like to know where you had been to-day if it was n't for your pluck," said Fisk, doggedly.
"That's Simmy,—that's the man," cried Fisk, as he dried his eyes.
"The Garottaman is one of the first clubs in town," broke in Fisk.
Mr. Fisk knows that he cannot be elected President—knows that it is impossible for him to carry any State in the Union.
Mr. Fisk rubbed his hands and laughed heartily at this joke.
And if Fisk could go to a camp now he'd have a commission in no time.
After it was over Robertson was to have the land and Fisk the horses in the place.
We were reared in a quiet Christian home and early placed in Fisk University.
Mr. Fisk was president of the common council two years, 1858-9.
2002, an Internet argument tactic involving a reprinting of an article or blog post, interlarded with rebuttals and refutations, often intended to show the original is a sandpile of flawed facts, unfounded assertions, and logical fallacies. Named for English journalist Robert Fisk (b.1946), Middle East correspondent for the "Independent," whose writing often criticizes America and Israel and is somewhat noted for looseness with details. Related: Fisked; fisking.