He was dreaming of being handed the keys to the kingdom
. With this win, that came true.
It's a surreal place populated with embarrassing caricatures such as Boris Johnson, a buffoon who nearly trashed the UK's reputation abroad and now wants the keys to the kingdom
Zen wrote that if he were a cartoonist, he would be tempted to draw a picture depicting the Pope kneeling down in front of President Xi, presenting him the keys to the kingdom
of heaven saying, 'Please recognize me as the Pope."
New boss for venue The keys to the kingdom
- well, a popular Coatbridge venue - were handed over in this image from the summer of 1978.
Host Tyra Banks was more than ready to hand her over the keys to the kingdom
"Debra is a fine attorney and has good business sense and I know that by handing her the keys to the kingdom
, the firm is in good hands," Alderman said.
They shouldn't be given up on, certainly; but neither should they be given the keys to the kingdom
In essence, employers have the keys to the kingdom
With the fast-developing news regarding Sumner Redstone and changes at Viacom, the team decided late in the week to change directions on the cover and illustrate Shari Redstone with the keys to the kingdom
. Lyndon Hayes was tasked with creating an image of Redstone that displayed confidence and power.
Unlike in mainstream Christian churches such as the Roman Catholic Church and Protestant churches that do not exclude people of other faiths from the so-called economy of salvation, the INC maintains that it alone has the monopoly of the truth and the keys to the kingdom
of God in the afterlife.
She discusses the holy grail: emotions on cue; memorization: a fresh look and no whinging, please; a conversation with Intellect and Dungeon before tuning; self-tuning as the keys to the kingdom
; the subtle cues for re-tuning: the great balancing act; why gesturing should be so difficult; consummate artistry: style, character, and comedy; and auditions as a chance to shine.
He penned a spy novel, The Keys to the Kingdom
, which tells how a state department staffer "uncovers a shocking international conspiracy linking the Saudi Kingdom to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda".
Organizations must stop giving out the keys to the kingdom
when it comes to privileged user, third party and employee access." www.cryptzone.com
"Hidden Kerry: The Keys to the Kingdom
takes the reader along the less-traveled paths of the kingdom and is peopled with a varied cast of characters with colorful stories.
The bigger the area one person can control, the more enticing the prospect of being its sole leader will become: and then we are in a situation where figures from the established political groups are outspent in campaign terms by those who will stop at nothing to get the keys to the kingdom