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1sabelotodo masculine, femininesabihondo masculinesabihonda feminine
- I would ban any clever clogs who has mastered either of those.
- ‘Because, clever clogs,’ explained the owner sagely, ‘before I put up the sign people kept tripping over him on the way in.’
- As we moved another furlong onward, I reflected that the clever clogs who first set the distance of the Blue Riband got it right.
- A father and son from Rochdale went head-to-head live on national television to find out if kids are clever clogs or if parents know better.
- The only thing that bugs me about it is that some clever clogs always thinks he or she can beat your cards.
- Anne Robinson says: ‘Never mind who always claims to be the clever clogs in the family or the egg-head at the office.’
- I decided to be a clever clogs and borrow some of the building costs on a% credit card.
- Of course, you always get some clever clogs throwing in the fact that farmers get something along the lines of £3 billion in direct subsidies.
- Alternatively, and if you're a real clever clogs, you can mine underneath the boulders that are scattered around the screen.
- While most people would be trying very hard to stay calm, dial, and be brave and not scream - old clever clogs has got just the answer.
- Grissom is an all-knowing clever clogs, who has answers for everything.
- He was terribly popular, but I judged him just a clever Dick wordsmith with no respect for the medium he wrote about in such a relentlessly witty way.
- Even the ‘universal’ typing keys are listed, so those clever clogs that use a basic pattern developed from keyboards should come up with something more imaginative.
- Why cannot the Minister just give us the answer, instead of trying to be a clever Dick, which does not come naturally to him?
- Sometimes these sorts of things have been made up by some clever Dick and, because they're a bit off-beat, are given an obscure name or source.