Scarborough had sat out the Tucson discussion so far, but with Sherman in mid-sentence, he suddenly felt the urge to tease.
Scarborough soon issued a full-throated apology, which he wrote himself, to the network.
“Symbolic communication is very important,” Shrum added, echoing Scarborough.
So why would Scarborough flirt with the idea of giving up such a platform?
Of course, MSNBC and Olbermann signed a non-aggression pact, and Scarborough appeared to be on the brink of breaking it.
A steam engine was patented, in 1814, by Thomas Tindall, of Scarborough.
And what could be done—they could not drag Scarborough Bay for your body.
These were Mr. Scarborough's death-bed triumphs; but they were very sore upon Mr. Grey.
Scarborough's house was quiet, not a soul about, lights in only a few windows.
“I suppose we are all here; but let us call the names over, and see if there are any skulkers,” said Scarborough.
place in Yorkshire, earlier Scarðabork, etc., apparently a viking name, from Old Norse and meaning "fortified place of a man called Skarthi," identified in old chronicles as Thorgils Skarthi, literally "Thorgils Harelip," from Old Norse skartð "notch, hack (in the edge of a thing); mountain pass." It has been noted that a literal reading of the name as "gap-hill" suits the location. Scarborough warning "short notice or none" is from 1540s.