Grayson; his press secretary, Ray Stannard Baker; and that grayest of gray eminences
, Bernard Baruch], then and for the rest of their lives, interpreted House's entirely intelligible and honorable diplomatic maneuvers as the blackest treason" (225).
In Gray Eminence
, 1992, (which may be the most daring piece in the show) steel rosettes are simply attached in a regular pattern to an extremely weathered piece of board: the grain of the wood replaces paint.
Meanwhile, the gray eminence
known as Comrade Andrew, sojourning in number 45 squat next door (how a K.
Fernandez, the son of ranchera's gray eminence
, Vincente Fernandez, is a superstar of both ranchera and pop, having recorded in both genres.
Antero, almost as a matter of course, is the gray eminence
of the book.
In a prolific career, Simon has matured from precocious gagmeister to a self-mocking gray eminence
whose humor partakes equally of pain and solace, anger and forgiveness.
Peary does a fine job of balancing gray eminences
and young Turks in his lineup of interviewees.
At first the gray eminences
at FAS hoped the incident would just go away.
However, after a little while the gray eminences
of the Yeltsin regime, Gennady Burbulis and Mikhail Poltoranin, arrived at the Kremlin and took charge.