And when he said: ``It has just ruined me,''a commentator sycophantically
responded: ``Nonsense,Home Secretary,it has just been the making of you.
Most of Storm titter sycophantically
, while Becky and Catherine study their boots.
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.
Philip of Burgundy, sycophantically
known as `the Good', bad beheaded forty-two of them in the market place in 1440, still murderously enforcing obedience when Memlinc arrived in Bruges.
He doesn't savage members of the press who have written something he doesn't like while a room full of other journalists laugh gutlessly and sycophantically
at their colleague's discomfort.
Determined to retain his journalistic integrity, Norman refused to sycophantically
appease actors whose stars had somehow risen over night, notably Madonna who kept him waiting for hours while promoting the disastrous Dick Tracy.
These families are sycophantically
nice until you start asking for an extra mini -carton of Country Larder milk, or complaining that you can't get Channel 4 on the telly and asking why it's impossible to run a bath and flush the toilet at the same time.
Although I am a convinced monarchist, I normally shrink from doting sycophantically
on the royal personages themselves.
There will be no split," Gazza said midway through each show before sycophantically
adding: "We'll keep going for as long as you, the fans, want us.