This guy was not recruited by the CIA, he was a walk-in who volunteered to spy for the United States in 2012.
Damage limitation,” for instance, means “launching a nuclear bomb before the other guy can.
Also remanded was “the Chinese guy,” Alexander Chan, who had served five years on a 1997 heroin conviction.
And far too much is made of that one guy's personality traits, even I suppose sometimes by me.
We even had a guy jump his bike over one into a pool of Kool-Aid.
They have been told that I am the "white-headed boy and quite the guy in my home town."
It is guy of Gisbourne, and thou mayst have heard it before.
“I know not what stays my hand,” rejoined guy Fawkes, fiercely.
This was carried by my fourth son on the fifth of November, when he was a guy Fawkes.'
One evening guy had been lingering for some time in the Bellasys' box at the Opera.
"rope, chain, wire," mid-14c., "leader," from Old French guie "a guide," from guier (see guide (v.)); or from a similar word in North Sea Germanic. The "rope" sense is nautical, first recorded 1620s.
"fellow," 1847, originally American English; earlier (1836) "grotesquely or poorly dressed person," originally (1806) "effigy of Guy Fawkes," leader of the Gunpowder Plot to blow up British king and Parliament (Nov. 5, 1605), paraded through the streets by children on the anniversary of the conspiracy. The male proper name is from French, related to Italian Guido.
To mock; ridicule (1869+)
[ultimately fr the name and reputation of Guy Fawkes, and esp of his ugly effigies burnt in England on November 5 to commemorate the foiling of the Gunpowder Plot, his plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament]