And so the Ship of Fools sailed on, all aft fooling and befouling
, from the guileless-eyed, gentle-souled Finnish mate, who, with the scent of treasure pungent in his nostrils, with a duplicate key stole the ship's daily position from Captain Doane's locked desk, to Ah Moy, the cook, who kept Kwaque at a distance and never whispered warning to the others of the risk they ran from continual contact with the carrier of the terrible disease.
His slow progress was like that of a slug, befouling
beauty with a monstrous trail.
The Chief Minister of KP, Pervez Khattak, Bilour continued, is befouling
masses through making wrong claims of completing the project within six months.
So this monsoon, put on your best jewellery piece without the fear of befouling
Those who articulate the interest of the ones who are befouling
the climate and the earth have their nonscientific statements, and the media will act as though both sides have equal weight.
If they coexisted harmoniously with the local environment, instead of befouling
it and being an intimidating presence, none of us would have any problems with them.
It was bought to prevent clear-cutting, bulldozing and the further befouling
of Amazon Creek.
our air and water, these villainous fossil fuels, we are told, are releasing carbon dioxide in such huge quantities that we are causing catastrophic global warming that threatens all life on our planet.
My parents had to drag me away when it was time to go, the drool stains likely befouling
the floor to this very day.
Its declared purpose at the time Congress approved it was to buy up the toxic mortgages, and the bonds based on them, that were so befouling
the balance sheets of banks and other investors after the collapse of the housing market.
Haunted by the falling Twin Towers, we imagine still more horrific scenarios to come: dirty bombs, perhaps, reducing our cities to rubble and befouling
the air of the countryside with invisible clouds of lethal radiation; or dust bowls spreading like New World saharas across the fruited plain, withering crops on the vine as the polar caps melt and Long Island becomes a watery grave.
For every liter of tequila, you get about 11 pounds of pulp and 10 liters of vinazas, or acidic waste--which ends up befouling
soil and water in Mexico's Jalisco state, where most tequila comes from.