Surprised shoppers called to their friends as he glad-handed
passers-by and queued at a market stall.
Sincere but not too earnest, effortlessly charming, he glad-handed
local worthies and told them how pleased he was, adding sagely that there was a lot of hard work ahead.
The recent preem of Michael Mann's "Collateral" saw star Tom Cruise dazzling a shrieking 3,000-strong Leicester Square crowd: He glad-handed
ardent fans for a staggering two hours, 50 minutes --a new personal best--signed autographs and chatted on hastily dialed mobile phones.
Curly (Kevin Kennedy), hairdresser Maxine (Tracy Shaw) Vera (Liz Dawn) Martin (Sean Wilson) and Ashley (Steven Arnold), glad-handed
the royals for the bash to mark the 10th anniversary of the Press Complaints Commission.
There was no complaint as he glad-handed
with adoring fans, went through the circuit of interviews and coped with what Clive James called "pressure like an iron helmet".
It caught the knotty contradictions: Lee reflecting on the tragedy that seemed to validate his artistic vision while being glad-handed
by local youths who moments before had been shouting racial epithets at black protesters marching through their neighborhood.
When Obama entered the back of the House chamber and glad-handed
his way up to the podium, he was met by a familiar Texas face: U.S.
Fred the Red before settling into his seat in the away dugout.
Pamela Lee, Magic Johnson, Howie Mandel and Bananas in Pajamas all glad-handed
in the airplane-hangar-size exhibition hall.
After FIFA President Sepp Blatter glad-handed
Russian PM Vladimir Putin, England bosses yesterday accused FIFA of treachery.