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I never can make out what you mean by a prig," said Rosamond.
But a prig is a fellow who is always making you a present of his opinions.
I beg your pardon: correct English is the slang of prigs who write history and essays.
Esta reflexion es necesaria porque, en definitiva, cumple con dos objetivos: a) esbozar el contenido del PRIG en la totalidad de sus lineamientos, y b) exhibir el desenvolvimiento de esas lineas de investigacion a un ano de su inicio.
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Buffalonian John Lord O'Brian, a Charles Hughes Republican working in the Justice Department, persuaded the obdurate prig Wilson to commute Goldstein's sentence.
He's a prig, and I wish he had lost his primary to that tattooed guy who likes me.
I've spoken to Sally Bercow a few times in the last couple years and she, like everyone else who knows her husband, is aware that not only has the Speaker's job given him an inflated sense of his own importance, it's turned him into an arrogant, conceited prig of a man who likes to be tended to by flunkeys and imagines what he does equates to who he is.
Everything is given a heat rating, and there are helpful recommendations of the signature dishes and recommendations of the month - the fried salmon, minced prawns, chilli, peppercorns and basil (or Pla Salmon Tud Kub Koong Sab Prig Thai Orn if you're feeling adventurous) is just beautiful.
A stuck-up, self-important prig with a beard" - Selfdescription by broadcaster Michael Buerk, who has entered the I'm A Celebrity .
Father Christmas throws out with the same gigantic gesture the prig who can only sneer at the Christmas pudding and the snob who can only snarl at the Christmas waits.
with an indignation amusingly Lenin-esque, the prig who puts the pomp into pompous