The only character in A Week in Winter who fails to recognize this is sent packing from stoney House.
Santorum said to the hundreds of people at his victory party in the stoney Creek Inn in Johnston, Iowa.
Anderson did have another longtime friend, stoney Curtis of Lethal Hardcore, a company where Anderson did most of his work.
But stoney, who has 116 caps for England, is now the most high-profile active gay footballer in England.
In the afternoon our two wanderers rode on at an easy pace towards stoney Cross.
They are stoney ground hearers who "are offended when persecution ariseth because of the word."
The shore beyond it looked rugged and craggy, and the land equalled the most sterile and stoney that had been seen.
This was the schooner Kent, of about two hundred tons, skippered by a man known as "stoney."
For, with such force, the enemy is sure Our stores are theirs; and stoney Creek avenged.
"stoney" was taken out of her, and he was said to be an outlaw whose real name was George Fagg.
: A sustained stonewall, no one's been willing to answer questions for a week
To delay and obstruct, esp by stubbornly keeping silent: I want you all to stonewall it
[1914+; fr a cricket term used of a determined batsman who blocked everything as if hewere a stone wall; in the US probably influenced by the stolid reputation of the Confederate general Thomas J ''Stonewall'' Jackson; the term became prominent during the early 1970s Watergate scandal]