letter on the pompous
is, I suppose, to be expected from someone who lives in a country that receives more from the EU than it had to pay out yet still voted to leave.
I WOULD like to reply to the touchy individual Mr JL Burrows regarding "True Origins of the Gospels" (The Chronicle, July 10) Firstly, I can assure him that I am, in no way, "a pompous
individual", nor do I live in Durham.
"They make pompous
celebrations, weddings, anniversaries.
Gracious, that's radical and not a little pompous
. OK, there might be a kernel of truth in there but I can't help but think that with those views Joanna would be about as welcome at a party as a Black Lace compilation CD.
Publicist Arsim Zekoli comments for Utrinski Vesnik that the impression that newly revitalized idea for a Balkan Benelux is imagined as a pompous
verbal substitute for the degrading political debacle of the Euro-integration processes under the wing of BDI is unavoidable.
The outcome of this politics was the frequent pompous
news on the great offensives from Deputy PM Arifi and Defense Minister Besimi that blew up as soap bubble.
Which Hollywood star is to bring his pompous
cult radio character Bob Servant to TV for a BBC TV series later this year?
The statue of the pompous
leader of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard, played by the late Arthur Lowe, will be placed between the Bell and Anchor hotels in Thetford, Norfolk.
prat makes Derek Conway, the MP who made politics a family business, look a model of probity.
CHENNAI, India -- A leading Islamic seminary in northern India has issued a fatwa, or religious edict, against pompous
farewell parties for Muslims making the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.
Asked on one of the Sunday venues for pompous
pontificators how he would respond to any attempt by President Bush to escalate the war in Iraq (to "surge," if you prefer it in Newspeak), the Democratic "leader" on foreign policy responded, "There's not much I can do about it."