at a politician and you're praised as a courageous hero who "tells truth to power.
How rude, and as I proceeded to tell the rest of the room about said sneer
, blonde in my dress take note, everyone thought it was slightly over the top.
So what we need are politicians who don't sneer
at us and talk endlessly about our failings, but champion our achievements and talk about the possibilities for our children's futures.
A lot of people think he's scary because of his sneer
The last thing he wants to do is use this as an occasion for sneering, for sneers would get in the way of survival.
People of this sort re-offend and sneer
at the authorities.
One other Cambridge example is included, the Holiday Inn, but of course this is cheap, accessible and popular, so it gets the pompous sneer
treatment: 'has resort to the classical tradition but in a sadly illiterate and emasculated form.
The 54-year-old mum of four completed her late 70s look with a leather-belted check jacket, electric pink stilettos and a sneer
worthy of the Sex Pistol's bass player Sid Vicious.
A license to sneer
sanctimoniously at others is not my idea of a civil right.
Yet BBC 2's Newsnight devoted a large part of it's programme on Wednesday giving Jeremy Paxman and his crew a platform to sneer
Altman's characters have sometimes taken his sneer
away from him (McCabe and Mrs.
Someone in African history or Mesopotamian history or American colonial history or (I am not making this up) Viking history runs across Polanyi's book, from which he discovers that he does not have to learn economics to sneer
WHEN people sneer
at Essex what they are really sneering at is the working class.
to the memory t that's as much novelty vocal sneer
tting soundtrack overload.
Music freaks hung around outside the Monte Carlo Sporting Club for a peek at punky Pink, in a tight black satin mini-dress, a blond Mohawk and a sneer
like Billy Idol's bratty kid sister.