A man like you, a man of his word
, with plenty of good stuff in him, ought to serve his country and command a brigade, and not come to his end trailing after a chamois.
If [the report] isn't true, it is well-founded, because this man is like that: a man of his word
, a righteous man
Actually, lately he fails to realize his promises, but Geroski hopes that he is a man of his word
and he will alone go on the elections scheduled for June 5th, without SDSM and the united opposition, and without BDI and PDSH
A man of great warmth and charm, he was known by customers and suppliers alike to be a man of his word
and a pleasure to do business with.
Here at UW I have a great AD because he is a man of his word
and asks the same for all of us.
This is not a surprise, its safe to say from past behavior, Charlie Sheen is not a man of his word
Thackeray is often falsely honoured as a man of his word
He said: "Sir Alex is a man of his word
and a man of principle.
A man of his word
, Ed vowed that he would make it to Llangollen this time and he will be officially opening the two-day festival on Saturday, October 17, at the Royal International Pavilion.
He is a man of his word
and if he wanted to go he'd tell us.
As for the England manager's job, I think Martin O'Neill is a man of his word
and the key point is that he has told the players he is staying.
In a TV interview, Rove insisted, "Senator Specter is a man of his word
He was a man of his word
and he didn't need a piece of paper," Speyer continued.
He's certainly a man of his word
," says tournament spokesman David Southern.
Suffused with "can-do" confidence, George would remain loyal to his political patrons, look people in the eye, attend church regularly, and try to be a man of his word