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I read that series in Muckrake," she said.
Where's Cowtends Kateclean, the woman with the muckrake?
(This was a play on John Bunyan's "man with a muckrake.")
The muckrake years (1974)
Let me set down my muckrake for a moment to don Olympian robes and deliver a thumbsucker: Whither the Presidential campaign of 1992?
The computer named two, an official company history combined with a biography of Daniel Shipstone, and an unofficial history footnoted "muckrake."
I did a piece on the Zombium traffic for Muckrake six or seven years-" "I read it, yes."
During a speech in 1906, he likened the muckrakers to the Man with the Muckrake, a character in John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress (1678).
Sure, they send some crummy muckrake to extricate their most valuable-" "Big dogman guard took her off to his quarters about an hour ago," answered the feathered screenwriter.
"She was a real looker, too, except for . . . But I better not confide my escapade in you or it'll end up in the pages of Muckrake."
He was a pioneer in the making of silage in Britain and to enable this he designed the Buckrake and the Muckrake, which exploited the hydraulic three-point linkage invented by Harry Ferguson.
"Sensing a yarn I could maybe peddle to Galactic True Detective or even our old alma mater Muckrake, I took to accompanying Taffeta on her appointed rounds, armed with my trusty cameras.
What element does the nation need to give sharp definition to the picture of unrelieved optimism - to remind good pilgrims that the Man with the Muckrake, his gaze eternally cast downward, fails to see the glorious celestial crown offered to him?
As the man in the street, he made his appearance in 1831 and was popularized a decade later by Ralph Waldo Emerson in his essay on self-reliance, playing on John Bunyan's metaphor about the man with the muckrake: "The man in the street does not know a star in the sky."