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He was a champion of the poor and oppressed and a remorseless foe of tyranny and pomposity.
Unlike the pomposity of other comic pessimists like Hancock - to whom this show was unfavourably compared - Smith's Colin Watkins would forever try to dumb down in order to fit in and was too afraid of failure to really make a go of his dreams.
It was never meant to be an arena for constant constitutional grievance or a platform for posturing, preening and insufferable pomposity.
My biggest complaint with my fellow attorneys is the pomposity that exudes from them at every chance.
s contradictions and poke holes in human pomposity with their own allegoric and ironic language.
A meeting of the Business Management Committee after next week's civic elections will approve changes to the council's constitution which have more in common with the pomposity of Walmington-on-Sea town council than modern-day Birmingham.
EMBASSY RITZOVIA: AN AREA OF SNOOTINESS AND POMPOSITY WILL GIVE WAY TO WIDESPREAD CONDESCENSION AND HAUGHTINESS
I still get perturbed by pomposity and incompetence.
Unintelligible corporate pomposity aside, this is one of the clumsiest-looking Hondas ever.
You don't get this sort of pomposity at National Hunt tracks - tell Mr Gibbs to start supporting jump racing
I AM constantly amazed at the sheer cheek of David Kirwan (Daily Post Letters, April 9) and his pomposity in extolling the virtues of his position as an independent councillor.
Stella 4 ditches Patrick Stewart and the CGI pomposity of its counterpart for on achingly cool swagger into an idealised 1960s.