ANOTHER week and yet another delegation from Liverpool hot-foots it to Shanghai to press the flesh
with potential investors.
The Barclayssponsored event was on behalf of the Football Writers Association and it was a chance to toast this season's achievements, press the flesh
and show football bosses that we hacks aren't a bad bunch after all.
If you still feel the need to press the flesh
on the campaign trail, you can always try wringing the necks of your opponents.
6 general election, and most of them have plans to press the flesh
on their way to Washington Square.
Between them the two events will offer plenty of opportunity for Joe to press the flesh
and schmooze the national media.
THE Germany World Cup-winning squad of 1974 have been getting about over here, spreading out to take in games and press the flesh
with FIFA fatcats and sponsors.
But the Tories, at least, appear to be taking it seriously and are about to send in some of the party's big guns such as David Cameron and, er, some of their other well-known politicians to press the flesh
He traveled to Germany's Hanover Fair recently to press the flesh
and try to entice offshore companies to build factories in his state.
From head to me, he looks like he was born to cut ribbons at grocery-store openings, to press the flesh
at shopping malls and Kiwanis Club pancake breakfasts.
The car halts at a helipad, where the man and his bodyguards jump out to press the flesh
with a row of dark-suited well-wishers standing before a revved-up chopper.
When buying a car, some people need to experience the atmosphere of the showroom, press the flesh
with a dealer, and make friends with other-confused shoppers.
For the chance to get an overview of an industry segment, to have an exchange of ideas and to press the flesh
, nothing beats a market.
He misses opportunities to press the flesh
, and so he looks like a snob.