Still, analysts don't expect Modi _ a notorious glad-hander
who famously bear-hugged former President Barack Obama _ to confront Trump over immigration.
He's a deal-maker, a glad-hander
, and he spreads enthusiasm.
Uriel is a glad-hander
, a people person--and people have rewarded him with popular success.
Gold said his client was more suited for tax work than auditing - "more of a glad-hander
and a rainmaker than a bean counter."
Charles is more than the snappy glad-hander
, showing the cracks in his own confidence, especially when he realizes the unintended devastation he has caused by opening up to Laura.
Dein may have been the ultimate glad-hander
, politician and all-round cologned smoothie but he was also the glue which held Arsenal together.
One colleague notices in conversations that Lay's information about Enron was "years out of date," and concludes this world traveler and glad-hander
was "not up to running things." Lay's genial and uncomprehending fagade doesn't crack until he learns that the director of one Enron partnership doing dirty deals was Fastow's assistant's gay lover.
The last such glad-hander
was Joan Crawford, who, as well-documented by her daughter Christina in Mommie Dearest, preferred her fans to her family.
But in the near term, the problem for Clark is one of image, of how to replace the stumbling novice backpedaler with the engaging and nimble stump speaker and glad-hander
Despite his profound gift for friendship, Socrates was no glad-hander
. Quite the contrary: his continual questioning of everyone led his fellow Athenians to compare his queries to the incessant bites of insects that buzzed around the butts of farm animals in the Attic summer.