ralph Lauren mingles nearby in a tuxedo-jacket, bowtie and faded blue jeans with his wife, Ricky.
Juneteenth by ralph Ellison After completing The Invisible Man, Ellison never finished another novel.
“His language is off the scale but his sense of injustice is often well-founded,” ralph Nader told the Beast.
“They are making something seem like something that you want,” said Liz Scott, a former producer at ralph Lauren.
The Rev. ralph David Abernathy revealed before his death that King had made a pass at him years before.
ralph looked disappointed, but did not venture to press the subject.
ralph looked as if he did not quite understand the observation.
It was now for ralph a race to the engine and his friend Barton.
Then ralph whispered, "We know it was only a myth, don't we?"
Then he raced off down to the tents, and told Flora and ralph and Thomas.
masc. proper name, shortened from Radulf, from Old Norse Raðulfr (Old English Rædwulf), literally "wolf-counsel," from rað "counsel" (see read (n.)) + ulfr "wolf" (see wolf (n.)). The Century Dictionary also lists it as English printers' slang for "An alleged or imagined evil spirit who does mischief in a printing house."
(also Ralph or ralph up or rolf ) To vomit; barf: He ralphs up the downers and the quarts of beer
[1967+ Teenagers; probably echoic]