It's long past time to join in common cause and to remember that old Wobblie
slogan: 'An injury to one is an injury to all.
In act 1, Parritt, explaining to Larry Slade why he has shown up at the saloon from the West Coast where his mother has been arrested, says: "I hung around pool rooms and gambling joints and hooker shops, where they'd never look for a Wobblie
[a variant spelling, `Wobbly' being the more common form], pretending I was a sport" (27).
1 I WARM BILLIONS (US film comedy actor) 2 SIR LIAM WOBBLIE
(Solo singing sensation) 3 WIN MISTAKEN HELL (Admirer of matron)
Lloyds TSB is spending millions making sure its own computer systems don't throw a wobblie
The International Workers of the World (IWW), known colloquially as the Wobblies
, aimed for nothing less than the overthrow of capitalism.
Actors from Knights of Labor to Single Taxers to Wobblies
to New Leftists to the Squamish Five are woven into the tapestry.
The pair traveled with, and sometimes worked alongside, migrant workers, many of them Wobblies
I strolled through that horrible, bland, identikit mall called the Bullring and saw no end of wobblies
of all ages waddling about, many scoffing food that would not be high on a dietician's 'must eat' list.
In the early 20th century, a migrant worker in Vancouver became an outspoken radical activist working closely with the Prince Rupert Industrial Association (PRIA), a local affiliate of The Industrial Workers of the World (or Wobblies
as they came to be known).
Obesity has assumed plague proportions: we're a nation of wobblies
, waddling from chipshop to pie-shop and producing children who weigh 20 stone at age seven.
Princess Pushy, who lives just along the corridor, tells Tatler magazine: "I thought she (Kate) would get the wobblies
Unfortunately, to master these skills they become mini-control freaks and throw wobblies
when Mummy says no.