Havel was a hero who shrugged off the title, understandably uncomfortable with the assumptions of stony perfection.
Sara Sonnack, a stony Brook journalism major who will be a senior next year, says she hopes she can make the trip.
She recalled the time they had walked together its stony beaches–and when Lee had lost his keys among the rocks.
Rey, after sitting for long hours in stony silence, eventually gave the police her last name.
The stony silence of IRS is compelling thousands of us to hire tax counsel and to proceed at our own risk and expense.
The trail was stony, and many steep hills were ascended and descended.
There was a stony silence, amid which the one o'clock whistle blew.
Then he pushed her from him with great violence, so that she fell heavily upon the stony ground.
All had to leap into the waves to save the frail boats from being broken on the stony beach.
Stretched out in sleep across the stony back was the perfect nude figure of a girl.
: 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]