It is certainly true that the one time Obama stuck a foot in these waters, during the skip Gates situation, he did so poorly.
It was Freston and attorney skip Brittenham who advised Wiatt to step down from WME.
If you answered (a) or (b) you can skip the next two paragraphs.
From 20 percent, it's a hop, a skip and a jump to 90 percent.
There are four positions on a curling team: the Lead, the Second, the Vice-skip and the skip.
We've got somethin' else to do besides botherin' with skip Jellison.
We should have wanted to skip to the last page—and then throw down the book.
He may come handy when we skip out, which we expect to do as soon as the gunboats are over the falls.
The bags were filled while lying in position in a skip holding one bag.
The art is to skip all that does not concern us, whilst missing nothing that we really need.
c.1300, "to spring lightly," also "to jump over," probably from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse skopa "to take a run," Middle Swedish skuppa "to skip, leap," from Proto-Germanic *skupan (cf. Middle Swedish skuppa, dialectal Swedish skopa "to skip, leap"). Related: Skipped; skipping.
Meaning "omit intervening parts" first recorded late 14c. Meaning "fail to attend" is from 1905. Meaning "to cause to skip or bound" is from 1680s. The custom of skipping rope has been traced to 17c.; it was commonly done by boys as well as girls until late 19c.
"a spring, a bound," early 15c., from skip (v.). Meaning "a passing over or disregarding" is from 1650s.
short for skipper (n.1), 1830, originally in sports jargon (curling).
A thorough scrutiny of a naked person, esp for hypodermic needle marks, concealed narcotics, etc (1935+ Police)
: They skin-searched both couples (1970+)