He failed to see the horny-handed
sons of toil enjoying grand pianos or riding in automobiles.
Did begrimed war-weary veterans and horny-handed
Ohio plowboys really march off to battle trilling, "In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea"?
'rude mechanicals', were played on Wednesday by a brilliant group from the People's Theatre -- Pete McAndrew (Bottom), Jo Kelly (Quince), Stuart Douglas (Snout), Mike Smith (Starveling) Michael White (Flute) and Gordon Russell (Snug).
The craft processes that the 'Superleggera' deployed were not horny-handed
throwbacks, but already semi-industrialised, and the success of the chair drove that industrialisation process faster, consolidating small enterprises into larger factories.
Once that vigorous, horny-handed
core is extracted from rock 'n' roll, you're left with little more than Muzak.
But, of course, the idea that rugby players are all rough-hewn, horny-handed
sons of the soil will no longer wash, even with a creamy soap.
Home-grown food tastes better, is healthier and, above all, gives the horny-handed
consumer a sense of great satisfaction at having done something useful.
She, though sweet and blameless in all other respects, insists that I know nothing of the lives and hardships of those horny-handed
sons of toil and loudly wishes me to desist.
socialists, who had the cunning of weasels, quickly restored the water and power, while the intellectuals wrote press releases and painted slogans on the wall.
Imagine it, horny-handed
'80s Scots rockers Big Country being fronted by Mike Peters from evergreen Welsh noiseniks The Alarm in a cross Celtic collaboration of fist-in-the-air anthems and heavy decibelled politicising?
Today's rural dweller, more likely a commuter than a horny-handed
denizen of the soil, inhabits a countryside markedly different from 100 years ago, and unrecognisable from 200 years back.
Very nice people but hardly horny-handed
sons of toil.