"Mr Elliot is an exceedingly agreeable man, and in many respects I think highly of him
," said Anne; "but we should not suit."
They think highly of him
and feel it's time for him to go out and play on loan.
Keane said: "I'd seen him a couple of times and they think highly of him
"Newcastle also think highly of him
and whenever I've seen him play I have always thought highly of him, so he's a good acquisition to our team and we just need to make sure we play to all our strengths and we'll all be fine."
We think highly of him
and his credentials speak of themselves," he said.
"I really, really think highly of him
so he will wait his chance and, when he gets it, I am sure he will be difficult to dislodge."
"Everton think highly of him
and it will give me an opportunity to see him in training." Set to start in the number one jersey for the clash at Broadwood is Norwich City's David Marshall.
Colleagues think highly of him
and he's never had a day off sick or been late for work.
If he's brazen enough to be explicit, warn him you doubt that his own superiors would think highly of him
for making such suggestions.
Meehan added: 'Pat and Jimmy think highly of him
and reckon he should be trained for the Guineas.
Six years ago the maintenance worker, whose job is being kept open by bosses who think highly of him
, was put on probation after punching a 16-year-old girl, chipping one of her front teeth.
Nielsen said: "Morten is a very important player for us and I think highly of him
"I hope James makes the most of the opportunity because we think highly of him
He's their reserve captain and I know they think highly of him
Steven Gerrard must think highly of him
as well because when Mascherano is in the team he is given the freedom to go and express himself.