self-made man


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self-made man

nself-made man m inv, uomo che si è fatto da sé
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A man who could never sufficiently vaunt himself a self-made man.
for the self-made man, along the path by which he advances to
Sir David Archer, the Foreign Secretary, was the only one of them who was a self-made man, and the only one of them who looked like an aristocrat.
He was a self-made man who became one of Mesas most prominent businessmen and influential civic leaders.
Tom was a self-made man who prided himself in being a success through hard work and determination.
The archetypal self-made man left Cyprus penniless at the age of 16, and immigrated to America weeks after the Black Tuesday Wall Street Crash and the beginning of the Great Depression.
A self-made man, Case was a compelling figure in American history.
Piolo Pascual, one of the most eligible bachelors in local show biz, says he takes pride in being a self-made man.
She covers Venice's reading public, testamentary humanism, Nicol Massa: a self-made man of letters, Francesco Longo's philosophical testaments, and cultural life in the journals of Alberto Rini.
These days Sir Philip is famous as a self-made man or, depending upon your point of view, an icon of unmitigated greed.
In "Faithfully Yours", a self-made man returns to Scotland to marry the woman he has corresponded with ever since he left as a boy, little knowing the letters were written by another.
In story 2, Faithfully Yours, a self-made man returns to Scotland to marry the woman he has corresponded with ever since he left as a boy, little knowing the letters were written by another.