He was a good workman himself, quick and deft, and it had always been a point of pride
with him that no man should do any of his work for him or outwork him.
"No man had ever a point of pride that was not injurious to him," said Burke.
As no man had ever a point of pride that was not injurious to him, so no man had ever a defect that was not somewhere made useful to him.
"Being Saskatchewan's homegrown communications leader is a major point of pride
for SaskTel and it's this pride that helps drive us to bring the best products and services to residents throughout our province," said Doug Burnett, SaskTel President and CEO.
Managing Director Daraz Pakistan, Ehsan Saya, enthuses: 'The Pakistan Day Sale is a point of pride
for us here at Daraz and very close to our hearts.
While getting treatment can be expensive, nonprofit organizations like Point of Pride
are here to help.
SUNDERLAND'S unbeaten home record is a point of pride
for Jack Ross - as well as the foundation of his side's promotion bid.
"This is a point of pride
for all women and all the people who believe in women's capabilities," Hassan said.
When completed, the gathering place will a point of pride
for the village, Mayor Gerry Daley said in an announcement of the project.
This isn't just a point of pride
for myself but for the entire Chloride Exide team,' said Guy Jack, Managing Director of Chloride Excide.
His grandfather, Sammy Bullivant, played a significant role when Singers Football Club becameCoventry City Football Club,a point of pride
For other users, follower counts are a point of pride
The men's team championship was also a point of pride
"If anyone represents his national team, it's a point of pride
," Gaber said.