In 1802 he married Mary Hutchinson, who had been one of his childish schoolmates, a woman of a spirit as fine as that of his sister, whom she now joined without a thought of jealousy in a life of self-effacing
devotion to the poet.
He was quiet, self-effacing
, mild-mannered, and unassuming.
But a senior Trump administration official said that Zarif's diplomatic image -- bolstered by his fluent English, self-effacing
humor and background as a US-educated academic -- was false.
There are more bowlers to traumatise, more cricket balls to pulverise and more interviews in which to reveal his humble, self-effacing
FOLLOWING on from a successful, criticallyacclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival in August, the self-effacing
George Lewis - a BBC New Comedy Award finalist - is taking his show on tour in the spring of 2019.
There's a hint of that kind of self-effacing
humor in the teaser for PepsiCo-owned seltzer brand Bubly's Super Bowl ad, where we see the singer "correcting" Bubly labels to read "Buble." Whatever happens next, the Super Bowl will definitely be quite a massive stage for the year-old sparkling water brand and a singer who, while polarizing, isn't the type you'd necessarily expect to see helming a multimillion-dollar ad.
Summary: The Thai children rescued from the cave come across as humble, self-effacing
youngsters expressing their gratitude to all those who saved th...
Second, we must be strong, determined and brave, and not be emasculated by the self-effacing
and meek nature of our task.
In a message on the death anniversary of Liaquat Ali Khan, the Prime Minister said as self-effacing
and resolute, the great leader was a trusted friend and companion of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
The prime minister said that a trusted friend and companion of Quaid-e-Azam, Liaquat Ali Khan was as self-effacing
as he was resolute.
Scot was also keen to share the praise with the other passengers who put themselves in danger.
And surely the self-effacing
charm is a key element of his success.