average joe


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average joe

n.
An ordinary person, especially a man: "In these films the art community is a netherworld aggressively hostile to those average joes ... who are not of it" (Carrie Rickey).
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Eubank was quoted as saying by boxnationtv's Twitter account after his win over Siala: "The main fight is on the 29th against average Joe.
We keep hearing the recession is over but for the average Joe it's still a daily struggle to get by.
In the pharmaceutical sector, for example, Merck is a Miracle Worker, Eli Lilly is a Long Runner, and KV Pharmaceutical is an Average Joe.
It's the story of an average Joe who makes it possible for thousands of other average Joes to become everyday heroes in their own right.
What I think we are unlikely to see again is the opportunist average Joe carrying out criminal acts under the mistaken belief that there would be no consequences.
The average Joe who goes to work in a morning to earn a crust and pay his council tax in the vague hope someone might come along and collect their rubbish now and again.
The big question is this: Do the customers of the water district want the average Joe and Jane making critical decisions about the future of the district?
I I'm intrigued by the new Humminbirds and 3-D color monitors, but don't know how important these features are for an average Joe like me.
Since these aren't photos of scarce antiques priced way beyond the reach of the average Joe, the possibility remains compelling that we may one day become the proud owners of at least some of these blackpowder beauties.
With plenty of ideas and advice for even the most slovenly average Joe, "How to Get Hot Women Into Bed" is worth reading for anyone who wants to turn their luck around.
How are Average Joe supporters like me supposed to pay that?
A Hydratrek LLC spokesman says the aluminum clad vehicle is suited for a range of missions that span disaster response, emergency rescue, law enforcement, environmental research, geological surveying and, for the average Joe, hunting and fishing.