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Excelled "She is a tough hardworking professional and does not suffer fools gladly and was never the kind of person to fall for the kind of nonsense management speak and pompousness you get so much within the BBC these days.
While the delicately forceful beauty of Bejart's choreography was skillfully delivered by the Company, and the choreography (if not the artistic direction) in the additional sections is respectable, the actual ballet aspect of the show is drowned out by the crude pompousness of the overall artistic direction.
I'M sick of the arrogance, pompousness and downright ignorance of some press officers I have to deal with for my show.
Kedar's name may be an allusion to biblical Arab nomadic tribes known as the Kedarites which were doomed to destruction according to Isaiah's prophecy because of their godlessness, pompousness, and bloodthirstiness (Isa.
Harry Groener gives his actor Richard the slight pompousness he needs and his priest Henry Garnet a thoughtfulness.
Although Kingsley can be a little mannered and never quite masks his inherent pompousness, he gradually reveals David's vulnerability and fears while Cruz proves capable of making you focus on her acting rather than her naked breasts.
I was particularly excited about the release of this book because I know John Salyer as a professional colleague and have come to appreciate his wit, wisdom and faux pompousness over the years.
The senior staff were friendly, instead of oozing pompousness from their orifices - I should go back often.