- n a short trip that is taken in the performance of a necessary task or mission
- When Whistler sent his famous Artist's Mother to the 1883 Paris Salon, his bright-eyed errand boy was 23-year-old Walter Sickert.
- A small boy's very boring errand day is transformed by an unusual promotional campaign, in which, for no good reason, a dinosaur comes with everything.
- On New Year's Eve, Tay told his parents he was going to run a quick errand, and wheeled his Christmas present, a cherry red Nissan 300ZX, out through the gates of the driveway.
News & Articles
- A note about opinion distribution
Trying to predict the author of any given Supreme Court opinion is often a fool’s errand. The pattern by which Justices are assigned opinions isn’t entirely fixed. And the original author can lose the majority to some other member of the Court. That said, across an entire Term, the Chief Justice — who does most [...]
June 13, 2013 - SCOTUSblog
- 2013 Ford C-Max Energi: Driven
The 2013 Ford C-Max Energi is a plug-in hybrid. But if you keep your trip lengths relatively short, and get in the habit of plugging in at home and perhaps at work, it does a really good job pretending it's an all-electric car. Selecting the Energi's 'EV Now' mode, we managed to do a 20-mile round-trip errand, out to the suburbs and back, with...
June 13, 2013 - The Car Connection
- Sheriff: Teacher charged after sending someone into her quarantined house
OLIVER SPRINGS — An Oliver Springs High School teacher is alleged to have sent someone into her home on an errand after authorities quarantined it because a suspected meth lab had been found inside it.
June 13, 2013 - Knoxville News Sentinel
- Chris Dodd in CBS News
Dodd, who traveled to Iraq and Syria last month, wrote in a recent op-ed in The Des Moines Register that "searching for military solutions in Iraq today is a fool's errand."
- Barry McCaffrey in FOXNews
It's a fool's errand,said Gen. Barry McCaffrey.
- Joe Biden in Forbes
I am not on a fool's errand; I realize I need your help,said Biden, who predicted that the top three finishers in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 3 will live to fight on, while the others will cease to be viable candidates.