He added: "Andy also has that one thing all leaders crave - the common touch
He added: "He talked with the crowds and walked with kings and never lost the common touch
The hotel offers Asian-style five-star service, (like British 5-star service, only with additional noodle-slurping) but this doc is more interested in the common touch
as it focuses on some of the new staff recruited from the local area.
The truth is if you lose the common touch
, you lose your seat.
FUTURE kings may well need the common touch
to endear themselves to hoi polloi - but a little subtlety, please.
Kate also showed she is handy at the common touch
as she accepted the gift of a babygro from a young ex-offender.
It's of no 'mater', really, especially when you have got a qualification in the common touch
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He walked with kings but never lost the common touch
The two queens set the most amazing example to the people they represented and never lost the common touch
or the respect and affection of the people.
Her art is invariably straightforward, and her cheery persona puts her in the company of such charismatic performers as mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade and bass-baritone Bryn Terfel, with whom she shares the common touch
He displays the common touch
in his Psalm against the Donatists by writing it in a style that the common people could understand and sing.
Above all, he was a Pontiff who had the common touch
- at ease with workmen and nurses, kings and presidents.
In this cynical, celebrity-obsessed day and age of 'the people's' this and the people's' that , the former prime minister really did possess, and bring to the highest office in the land, the common touch
in a way very few of his predecessors could hope to match, and in consequence was loved and respected for it by the people.
Evidence that I lacked the common touch
continued to mount.