Many have asked me why the car took off in our executive marketplace and my view is that it looked a bit like a Bentley from the front and the old Rover P5 of the 1960-70s from the rear - pressing all the right buttons
this side of the Atlantic.
He's pressing all the right buttons
so far and his attitude is spot on compared to George Burley's.
With Frank Lampard pressing all the right buttons
, the Blues rediscovered the X Factor which had been missing in that defeat to Liverpool.
Already he is pressing all the right buttons
with talk of attacking football and a new era of openness and honesty.
They know that in highly competitive areas, the personal statement is scored in some rather opaque way and their chances of getting even an interview, depend on the statement pressing all the right buttons
And onlookers agreed she was soon pressing all the right buttons
And Boothroyd has ordered his runaway Championship leaders to keep pressing all the right buttons
against West Brom in their reunion with old favourite Paul Robinson at Vicarage Road.
And Bellamy was certainly pressing all the right buttons
as he put pen to paper in Glasgow yesterday, stressing that he is a 'winner' who will do any job asked of him by the Hoops management.
Normal service may have been resumed as four-day cricket returned to New Road yesterday, but nothing had changed as far as the identity of the main man pressing all the right buttons
As Foreign Secretary though, he is supposed to be "in charge" and could have been pressing all the right buttons
to get another plane when time is of the essence.
But, most likely, your partner is pressing all the right buttons
and that's nothing to be embarrassed about.
BLACKBURN boss Mark Hughes is pressing all the right buttons
now that his computer programme is up and running.
PUPILS were pressing all the right buttons
at Radio Ceredigion as Careers Wales marked its formal recognition as a bilingual company from the Welsh Language Board.
SIZZLING Steven Gerrard is Pressing all the right buttons
for Liverpool again - after being ordered to ignore the sports pages.