It shows him for what he is - an arrogant anti- Scottish blusterer
Some British journalists are, perhaps not without reason, accused of being opinionated blusterers
too fond of the sound of their own voice.
Looking over these exams, which countless kids sat during the 50s, 60s and 70s, what they reveal is not more fodder for the usual blusterers
about declining educational standards and illiteracy.
and non-finishers of projects, but people who could be relied on to deliver the required outcome, under pressure, and when needed.
While that makes things all the more frightening for the story, it also sets up a chance at heroics for the very unplugged locals, who manage things far better than the technology-reliant military blusterers
who come to town.
As a party, Labour needs to root out these ex-university self opinionated blusterers
in favour of down to earth traditionalists who put the party and the grass root voter before themselves, something I believe none of the present candidates are capable of.
In both cases, when the going got tough, the blusterers
For they all have clout, economic clout which gives them political clout, and they are unlikely to be as patient or tolerant or democratic, as the authorities in this country, and give little succour to so-called human rights blusterers
who go like Cyclops about their self deluding tasks.
The propaganda spewed by Netanyahu and Co echoes the same false warnings that the neo-conservative blusterers
spread to justify attacking and occupying Iraq.
These posturers and blusterers
wouldn't dare defy the will of Europe.
The beauty of the letters page is that anyone can have a go: the illogical, the bigoted, the blusterers
and to quote from Auden: "The typed and the printed and the spelt all wrong.