This palmer stands for elegance and sophistication: the embodiment of natural gifts, both athletic and personal.
palmer's inability to reach a synthesis in almost any area of his life is what makes him exasperating.
"My wife and I have been married for nineteen years," says palmer, mulling the stress-fracture in his family life.
Just as palmer, taken in sixty-second doses, seems relaxed, so, measured over hours, he seems in need of a sedative.
“Sarah Palin is a true believer,” Bess told me over coffee at Vagabond Blues, a café 20 miles from Wasilla in the town of palmer.
Well, he believed as palmer did, that all is well with the soul of a brave man.
Christine and palmer had not returned from their wedding journey.
The mission clerk had been transferred to Colonel palmer, as his knowledge of affairs would be useful to the newcomer.
"The less said about palmer's habits the better," flashed Christine.
The first meaning of a palmer was that he could carry a palm in token of having visited the Holy Land.
"pilgrim who has returned from the Holy Land," late 12c. (as a surname), from Anglo-French palmer (Old French palmier), from Medieval Latin palmarius, from Latin palma "palm tree" (see palm (n.2)). So called because they wore palm branches in commemoration of the journey.