Maybe loving our OB's more is best - not sycophantically
"yessing" them or covering up, but treating them as humans and expecting the same.
August 9, 2007, barely 14 months after this speech, the greatest financial disaster since the great depression of the 1930s was upon us; caused by those same men and women that he addressed and sycophantically
He is far too much of a journalist pro to reveal his sources, but I strongly suspect that the "influential people" egging on Mr Warman are the same people who since 2004 have been happy to snipe behind the scenes at Tory council leader Mike Whitby, but sycophantically
cosy up to him in public.
The episode was a little too sycophantically
gushing about Madonna's talents - the good thing about Glee is its sarcastic tone and sharp one-liners - but let's hope rumours of a sequel are true.
Talents such as giggling sycophantically
while Ronnie Corbett - small man, tall stories - tells yet another interminable anecdote about a charity golf day in 1974 with Ringo Starr, Jimmy Tarbuck and Idi Amin.
We are at war under a Labour Government which sycophantically
suckles up to the USA, and sends our young men and women to die due to their insufficient numbers and poor equipment.
And when he said: ``It has just ruined me,''a commentator sycophantically
responded: ``Nonsense,Home Secretary,it has just been the making of you.''
And Catherine - you looked like a flamingo [standing too long on one leg].' Most of Storm titter sycophantically
, while Becky and Catherine study their boots.
deferential to everybody who has ever published on
Gina Kolata's acting as a near clone of the FDA in sycophantically
echoing the whims of the pharmaceutical industry has been noted by many of us in the medical community.
New Labour, I'm afraid, seem to spend all their time sycophantically
spinning pretty images and courting celebrities.
In Czechoslovakia all that remained of Vladimir Clementis was his hat, sycophantically
loaned to Comrade Gottwald for a team photo of the Politburo.