But nothing summed up his unique weirdness better than his long swagger and glare down
a Sky camera which someone set brilliantly to The Verve's Bitter Sweet Symphony.
"He would glare down
at her and say 6 with a mean attitude 6 'You don't need my casino card for this.
When we galloped down the aisle for a second time together, I wanted my wife to have on some shoes so fully expressing the type of person she is that the Elvis impersonator presiding over the ceremony would glare down
at them with envy.
Stepping outside, I caught the chill wind that once again reminded me that Cardiff Bay has little poetry, despite the lines by another fine Welsh poet, Gwyneth Lewis, which glare down
at one from the Millennium Centre - "In These Stones Horizons Sing".
We do have our share of squirrels and they must fear my might and scamper into the trees to glare down
When you're in bed, an openbottomed shade will direct the glare down
on to you.
Referring to the bill as "brazen interference" in Chinese affairs, it appeared like an attempt to glare down
any challenge to its power.
"His infectious enthusiasm could be seen on match days at Croke Park but of course much of his sterling work was overseen away from the glare down
through the various other ranks of Gaelic games in the capital city."
I got the glare down
to a T, especially when I perched the glasses on the end of my nose.
"It happened a lot," Esperanza Mendoza, supervisor of the local Starbucks outlet where they met, (http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-las-vegas-shooting-live-updates-at-his-local-starbucks-vegas-shooter-1507060195-htmlstory.html) said Tuesday . "He would glare down
at her and say - with a mean attitude - 'You don't need my casino card for this.
It's a Saturday in Dieppe and the fierce gargoyles on the magnificent 14th century church of St Jacques glare down
balefully upon the open-air market in the cobbled streets and squares below.
So how apt triumphant posters of Yozzer's nemesis will soon glare down
at us from billboards as Meryl Streep does an eerie impersonation of Margaret Thatcher in the film Iron Lady (they wanted Bela Lugosi, but he was dead).