It was hardly possible to look at the gentleman's gentleman
, so very haughtily did he stand in the doorway."
Community Development Director Marc Mylott described Siljestrom as "the gentleman's gentleman
Bertie is simply unable to function without his "gentleman's gentleman
This automaton possessed all the attributes of a gentleman's gentleman
. Anyone rich enough to afford one could, thus, become the proud possessor of a mechanised version of the inimitable Jeeves without the latter's unpredictable temperament, of course!
"On the court, Ashe was a gentleman's gentleman
," says Hall.
"Alexa, I need someone to pick up my dry cleaning." "Alexa, I need someone to help me go to the grocery store." "Alexa, I need a gentleman's gentleman
to help me select suitable attire for tonight's soiree."
"Bill was a 'Gentleman's Gentleman
,'" said Rich Hosier, a long-time colleague of Magie's at Magie Bros.
Join the gentleman's gentleman
around the court and gardens and be amazed at the fascinating stories of Victorian chaps.
Our edition of May 23, 1964, tells how Stanley Baxter led a "tartan takeover" of weekend TV, Glasgow Corporation were advertising the job of "gentleman's gentleman
" to the Lord Provost and the build-up was on for the Partick Thistle v Aberdeen Summer Cup semi-final.
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"He was a gentleman's gentleman
from the 'old school." who was friends with many of us in the industry, and a trusted mentor to a lucky few.
"People always described him as a gentleman's gentleman
who was very kind, polite and considerate."