This is paddy Chayefsky's revenge—Howard Beale's appeal became real over the past years.
Lewis trained as an officer to fight in the First World War, and shared a room with a man called paddy Moore.
paddy and Heimbach insist that the White Student Union is a peaceful organization, focused solely on preserving white culture.
She acted opposite paddy Considine, and the two immediately hit it off.
Both Ladbrokes and paddy Power have cut the odds on Kate giving birth in the current year.
paddy had just cut a big tree, and it fell with a crash as Sammy came hurrying up.
Well, paddy, say no more about that, but let's have the story.
The king will be delighted at this, and immediately order a measure of the paddy to be shelled and cooked for his morning meal.
Here paddy was questioned why he considered the wren as cunning a baste as the fox.
I did hear at the fair poor paddy Smith was in throuble about a thrifle of sperits, or the like.
"rice field," 1620s, "rice plant," from Malay padi "rice in the straw." Main modern meaning "ground where rice is growing" (1948) is a shortening of paddy field.
"Irishman," 1780, slang, from the pet form of the common Irish proper name Patrick (Irish Padraig). It was in use in black slang by 1946 for any "white person." Paddy wagon is 1930, perhaps so called because many police officers were Irish. Paddywhack (1881) originally meant "an Irishman."
: I know I can't be tight with this paddy boy
[fr the nickname of the given name Patrick]