brought the "Chicago Way" of self-aggrandizing
political corruption to the nation.
Claire does not provide much information about herself, though she presents as self-aggrandizing
Pray tell, can Russia be any different, given its own self-aggrandizing
, back-stabbing and double-talking regime?
There followed such memorable mileposts as six appearances on "Seinfeld" as self-aggrandizing
dentist Tim Whatley, seven seasons as the goofy dad, Hal Wilkerson, on "Malcolm in the Middle" and, most triumphantly, five seasons on "Breaking Bad" as Walter White, the emotionally defeated high school chemistry teacher turned psychopathic drug lord.
This volume disputes this self-aggrandizing
Conversely, lower-ranked firms tend to sporadically push self-aggrandizing
material about themselves and their lawyers.
Atwood's sly take on the love affairs of middling, self-aggrandizing
poet Gavin Putnam and his female muses is flawless.
ruling class that fails to understand the rest of humanity.
Indeed, some biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs are self-aggrandizing
and, like clothes and buttons merely deal with the exterior.
The liberal media easily dismissed Hillary Clinton's self-aggrandizing
lie as a trivial faux pax.
Too often, we know, memoirs can be manipulative, self-aggrandizing
, or downright made upthe name James Frey stands for a whole moral case against the genre.
These perspectives are identified as (a) the self-denigrating perspective, (b) the clear and balanced perspective, and (c) the self-aggrandizing