Without wishing to sound like part of a mutual admiration society
, the Honley captain was particularly appreciative of Jakeman's effort which gave his side the foundation for a winning total.
Somewhere in all that time, we exchanged a couple of phone calls with him and lapsed into a mutual admiration society
And Black is happy to form a mutual admiration society
with Bruce, as he is more than impressed with his new gaffer's abilities.
Mutual Admiration Society
, Roxy, featuring Glen Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket and Nickelcreek's Chris Thile, Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins, $25.
It's very much a mutual admiration society
and they have been like that for a while.
Top of the agenda for the 55-minute mutual admiration society
was the performance of the 34 council-run neighbourhood advice offices, which help disadvantaged people access local authority services.
The player and his manager form a mutual admiration society
, with Souness sticking by him when Flitcroft's complex love life was splashed all over the front pages.
And when it comes to the potential Magne v Williams head-to-head, there are plenty of the mutual admiration society
accolades flying around.
On Monday, however, they were a mutual admiration society
Ely issued his debut solo album in 1977 and the following year, while playing in London with his own band, he met The Clash and started a mutual admiration society
which saw them tour together on both sides of The Pond.
Carragher has voted for Chelsea's John Terry in the PF A player of the year awards, and the mutual admiration society
between two of the toughest defenders in the top flight is reciprocated by Terry, who claimed Carragher was the best centre-back in the country last term.
After being part of a mutual admiration society
at the start of the season, Jewell's respect for Jose has cooled somewhat.
He was stood in the Albion in Conwy and it was like a mutual admiration society
It was difficult to decide which was more distressing during Showtime's press conference for its upcoming film ``DC 9/11: Time of Crisis'': writer/producer Lionel Chetwynd's one-man mutual admiration society
(``This is a very intelligent movie, you know'') or the spectacle of a roomful of ostensibly reasonable TV critics fretting that a Showtime movie could get George W.
They pour scorn on the claims that Britain and the US have enjoyed this mutual admiration society
approach over the years and maintain that the events in Iraq prove once and for all we have closer ties, closer friendships and much more to gain from our relationship with European partners.