His looks, his talent, his humour, his approachability, his lack of pomposity
and the fact that he cares about the people of Darfur.
I am amazed at the pomposity
, the gall, the hypocrisy, the audacity of the insufferable Raymond Burke, archbishop of St.
And while Jackson's adorable-ness caroms nicely off Schmid's pomposity
, the two actors are stuck with inferior material.
She quickly recognizes the artificiality and even pomposity
of the community and sets about trying to get its members to live as she does--directly and honestly.
Most health professionals I know have a great sense of the ridiculous, particularly of pomposity
In fact, one of the beauties of the book is the way he punctures pomposity
She and Christopher Sieber, as the hair-tossingly vain Sir Galahad, mock the formulaic pomposity
of Andrew Lloyd Webber with the faux-Phantom power ballad "The Song That Goes Like This": "I'll sing it in your face / While we both embrace / And then we change the key
The rebels come out with pretentious lines like ``Dope chokes young people's revolutionary minds'', although they can at least laugh at their own pomposity
This Chichester six-piece knock out anthemic rock songs with no pomposity
She quotes a marvellous piece of Foucaultian pomposity
in her conclusion: "The object, in short, is to define the regime of power-knowledge-pleasure that sustain the discourse on human sexuality in our part of the world.
She easily slips into an upper-class English accent, adds pomposity
for some of the English gentlemen, and then switches back to Evan's American accent.
He can now be seen to have been struggling against a certain pomposity
that had taken hold of self-styled serious painting while retaining its high ambition.