I like the cut of his jib
and the job he does for players past and present down south should be commended.
Meanwhile, the girls in the salon have a gossip about Lawrence and are intrigued to learn that Bernice likes the cut of his jib
. A drink is hastily arranged and Lawrence, for one, is absolutely delighted.
But, in case you are interested, I have backed Roberto Martinez to be next Arsenal manager at 16-1, simply because I like the cut of his jib
. He strikes me as an Arsenal kind of guy.
Roman Abramovich had liked the cut of his jib
, only to succumb to his own wandering mind - AVB replaced by ADHD.
I like the no-nonsense cut of his jib
and it's no surprise sides such as Inter were looking at him, particularly after the European champions lost Jose Mourinho to Real Madrid.
Should Dinwiddie do well enough to attract a large gallery, the American fans will like the cut of his jib
. He came up through club and county golf, the US college circuit with Tennessee State, the EGU international amateur system and the PGA European Challenge Tour forging an unblemished reputation not only as a master craftsman but also as a calm and likeable character.
I share Americans' nostalgia for an era when you not only could tell a man by the cut of his jib
, but the jib industry hadn't yet fled to Guangdong.
The electorate needs and deserves to see the cut of his jib
as leader before determining his fate; a trial run in which he is put to the test would be the best solution for everyone.
I liked the cut of his jib
and, after reflecting for a second or two on who the other Echo thinkers might be, told him he was clearly a man of substance, discernment and intelligence.
That got her nowhere in attempts to get him to clear his laundry from the bedroom floor, for example (actually, I'm beginning to like the cut of his jib
She likes the cut of his jib
but is also being pursued by a pony-tailed dentist played by Charles Dance, who has resorted to hypnotism to try and win her over.
riPr Either those who decide these things don't like the cut of his jib
or it is just plain snobbery.
Don't quite like the cut of his jib
. I rather doubt he understands the serious nature of military responsibility.
And the more people have got to know him the less they've fancied the cut of his jib
. In fact, they think his jib is decidedly weird.
From 'Bristol fashion' to 'chewing the fat', 'cut and run' or 'cut of his jib
', dozens of the most easily recognised terms from modern language come from the hard-working world of naval slang.