In spring there will be a musical version of Sweet Smell of Success, the acrid 1957 movie with Burt Lancaster as a vicious gossip columnist and Tony Curtis as a toadying
That would be seen as toadying
up to the supermarkets.
He returned to Parliament on the back of overwhelming support from Muslims to whom he has been toadying
for a very long time, ever since 9/11 in fact.
to the obscenely rich while taking from those who can least afford it demands opposition to all cuts both locally and nationally.
GERI Halliwell's naughty boyfriend Henry Beckwith takes his toadying
IT IS not often that I find myself agreeing with Alderman Mike Olley's column, so often is he given to sycophantic toadying
to his political chums.
It appears the Tory council in Coventry hasn't got the guts to throw it out, so they can keep toadying
to Tony Blair.
And presumably those - including the Queen and Foreign Secretary Robin Cook - who are toadying
up to him will omit to mention what happened to the trouble-makers because obviously in China anything less than torture and prolonged imprisonment would be considered an insult to the guest.
to Zinn, Kagarlitsky, and Robert Fisk, who have a mindset dead opposed to the democratic principles that your publication has espoused so well in the past.
It's a standoff, and I hate seeing our representatives toadying
up to the NFL, hands out, hoping the league blesses them with an expansion franchise.
Ms Short said: "In opposition, I found toadying