Stories gradually gathered round his name as they had gathered round the name of Arthur, and he came to be looked upon as the champion of the people
against the Norman tyrants.
I thought about the sad cruelty of the illness - here is the man who, via the radio airwaves, has been the trusted, highly-respected champion of the people
over many years now unable to fix it for himself.
Whether remembered as a legendary champion of the people
or a ruthless bandit, Doroteo Arango, better known as Pancho Villa (1878-1923), is little understand despite being one of the best- known figures of Mexican history.
Tributes poured in from all corners of society yesterday hailing him a legend and champion of the people
To voters, she was what an MP should be, a champion of the people
- not a dummy tailored by marketing executives and fed innocuous lines to be sung from the "same hymn book" as everyone else.
Instead of understandably putting his responsibilities to one side, he clearly wants to ensure he remains a champion of the people
But what I do object to is the national press trying to make his attacker out to be some kind of hero and champion of the people
for his actions.
The country's foreign minister Nabil Shaath added at a news conference in Dublin: "Margaret has been a champion of the people
But it's pleasing to observe how the paper has taken on its role as a champion of the people
and a force to be reckoned with and has made decision-makers sit up and take notice and shaken a few feathers in the council chambers, particularly leader Mike Whitby's extravagant unnecessary expenditure during 2006.
Lawyer Gary, who wrote the Justice With Jacobs column in the Mirror for five years, was a champion of the people