Indeed, the President is living up to the template of the tinhorn
CREEK tested Stelvin closures versus cork with our 2001 Reserve Merlot, loved the results, and immediately switched to Stelvin.
Calling them "tin" is as much a slur as a description, suggesting a cheap imitation (see: tinhorn
, tin-pot, Tin Lizzie).
(TSX: ADW.A) (TSX: ADW.B) (APL) has agreed to acquire 100% of British Columbia, Canada-based wine producers Black Hills Estate Winery and Gray Monk Estate Winery and has signed an LOI to acquire 100% of Canada-based winery Tinhorn
Creek Vineyards, for a total purchase price of CDN 95m (USD 77.95m), the company said.
Target: Black Hills Estate Winery, Gray Monk Estate Winery and Tinhorn
Seeking recluse and peace in the town of Creed, Colo., his reputation nevertheless leads to his being badgered, hounded and threatened by the local Marshall (Harry Morgan), an old nemesis Sweeney (Richard Boone), a tinhorn
gambler named Pulford (Hugh O'Brian), the town's newspaperman Dobkins (Rick Lenz), an old girlfriend (Sheree North) and Cobb (Bill McKinney), the local self proclaimed "gunfighter," all of whom are looking for revenge or to cash in on his fame.
Erie Smith is cut from the same cloth as Hickey Hickman, the brassy salesman who preaches salvation to the stewbums at Harry Hope's Saloon in "The Iceman Cometh." But the only audience for Erie's pipe dream about his comeback as a Broadway tinhorn
is Charlie Hughes (Frank Wood), the dour night clerk at a fleabag hotel in Times Square.
Ron Hubbard Theatre located in Hollywood, one block west of the Chinese Theatre, will feature a live production of the western romance, "Tinhorn
's Daughter" this coming Saturday, November 7 and 14.
In Broken Bridle, Wyoming, Jeremiah Purdy, the town's tinhorn
sheriff is a college kid who wants to become governor some day.
The scene of a tinhorn
gambler popping one of these slick little argument-settlers out of his sleeve during a contentious poker game is a staple of the horse opera.
We want and deserve tincan architecture in a tinhorn
If the United States, France and Britain cannot topple a tinhorn
despot like Gaddafi who is loathed by most of his own people, the damage to Western credibility will be severe and long-lasting.