There was a great deal of bargaining, of running up and beating down; and if a horse may speak his mind
so far as he understands, I should say there were more lies told and more trickery at that horse fair than a clever man could give an account of.
But it is at least refreshing to hear any one speak his mind
with such frankness.
So Martin contaminated Professor Caldwell with his own earnestness, challenging him to speak his mind
The Crystal Palace boss isn't the most popular bloke with opposing fans but he's not scared to speak his mind
and go in hard when he thinks he's right.
If KK can't speak his mind
then why doesn't Mike Ashley speak his mind
Dave Warkentin, president and CEO of the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, said, ``He's got a very calm and pragmatic approach, a very strong business mind, and not afraid to speak his mind
Gordon Brown yesterday promised to speak his mind
to the US administration and always put the British national interest first in his dealings with Washington if he becomes Prime Minister.
Personally I liked the man: at least he had the guts to speak his mind
, which is a quality sadly missing in most other politicians.
There is also a provocative epilogue by Derrick Bell, who never fails to speak his mind
My father's tendency to speak his mind
publicly, and also occasionally to overshoot--both in his writings and in public forums, particularly on political issues--was often hard for my mother to take.
Not afraid to speak his mind
, as the Clinton-appointed head of the US Drug Enforcement Agency, he was less than complimentary about police corruption in Mexico before retiring last year.
As Ronald Reagan's chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, then during his stint as secretary of education, and finally as drug "czar" in the Bush administration, Bennett never hesitated to speak his mind
O's witty personality and tendency to speak his mind
and Banyan's successful track record in producing highly rated programming that strikes an emotional chord with its audience.
The Sheffield frontman wears his heart on his sleeve and is not afraid to speak his mind
During the past three weeks, Hathout has steadfastly defended his right to freely speak his mind
, and his interfaith work has been strongly supported by a broad cross section of Angelenos, including some Jews.