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But I am not here to blow my own horn, nor sing my own praise.
"I don't say this to blow my own horn, but my ring-mastering was an introduction to a new era of ringmasters," he said during a recent interview.
I say this not to blow my own horn but to give you an indication I have at least some brains.
Mark continued in our telephone interview, "I don't really want to blow my own horn but in the three and a half years I've been here we've been able to increase revenues 100 percent.
"Well, to tell you the truth, to blow my own horn, and I'm hard pressed to do so, but you know what?
At the risk of seeming to blow my own horn, the reviewer is wrong to imply that Out at Work is the first major study of gay-labor alliances.
And not to blow my own horn or anything, but the results of the academic study about auditors also left me a bit non-plussed.
"I don't want to blow my own horn but [being a former pro] helps," he admitted.
"First of all I will blow my own horn," this man writes.