persisted the dodderer
with ungentlemanlike curiosity.
At the same time Alfa claims a combined consumption of 62mpg, which you may get if you are a dodderer
, which we are claiming is not the case here.
The Orchestra performed a selection of Franz Schubert melodies collected by the Austrian composer Johanna Dodderer
under the title "Variations on Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka".
That truth was never allowed to get in the way of media misrepresentation because Tory newspapers were determined to paint him as an old dodderer
who lacked respect for our war dead.
What's more, as a bit of an old dodderer
myself, I strongly object
James Clyde's Friar Laurence is much younger than usual, with nothing of the dodderer
about him, while Julie Legrand's Nurse is sharply-etched and abrasive rather than matronly.
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood is regarded by many people in football as an old dodderer
who is completely out of touch with the modern game.
Occasionally a fast mover can get in four returns to the podium, but this is offset by the dodderer
who maybe only makes it back twice.
Scratch him and you will find a timid and tremulous dodderer
Far from expressing nostalgia for the Christmas of an agricultural society, Dickens mocks the old man as a dodderer
rambling about practices so remote and unlikely that he can specify them only as "that sort of thing.
Intrigue is rife in Rohan, where the king has been made into an impotent dodderer
by venomous court adviser Wormtongue (Brad Dourif), who's a spy for Saruman (Christopher Lee).
Next week, Tony gets into the skin of an old English Knight, ``a bit of an old dodderer
with the world passing him by,'' as he describes him, in Rope at the Grand Theatre Swansea.