He's surprised the '89 expedition is sometimes overlooked but, self-effacingly
, doesn't really mind this.
He speaks quietly and self-effacingly
, and he prefers expansive, substantive programming to the partisan rat-a-tat-tat that defines contemporary cable news.
riffs on his own weight as a lead-up to a brilliant poem whose title is best kept out of a family newspaper.
claimed not to dabble in politics, but this was disingenuous: there are several sharp expressions of disdain for clerical gluttony at the expense of theological depth or sincerity.
"I don't consider myself to be 'at the top'," she says, self-effacingly
. In fact, she adds, throwing in an altogether alternate perspective: "There's no such thing as 'the top'.
She feels trapped, and is tired out, by the societal expectation that women must be self-effacingly
nurturing upon giving birth - something that, poet Adrienne Rich reminds us, is not instinctive, but rather a patriarchal construction.
In a truly absorbing evening, Kermode self-effacingly
described his early attempts at cracking The Big Time, including playing alongside school pal David Baddiel as a member of The Spark Plugs (they didn't make it) or the comedy act Herpes 100 (they didn't make it either, despite the ingenuity of the pun - although they did seem to manage a few more bookings than The Spark Plugs).
She said: "It is a quiet bar, almost self-effacingly
so, and entirely in keeping with the tone of the area".
McLean accompanied with such empathy throughout the programme, and his gradual fading of the slow movement to the Schumann concerto, the violinist now standing self-effacingly
in the background, was highly moving.
This is a beginning phase of my practice,' says Ibrahim Mahama, self-effacingly
. 'I haven't been working for long.' The second part is certainly true.
But the comparison ends there as Gierran works quietly and self-effacingly
but is feared and respected by his men.
It must have been Providence--it sure as hell wasn't Woonsocket--that delivered the delightful news that Ed Harris's daughter-in-law Amanda has arranged the posthumous publication of Ed's memoir, self-effacingly
titled An Ordinary Life Well Lived.