SMARM


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SMARMSediment Management Annual Review Meeting (WA State)
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Brown's colleague Wolf Blitzer conveys authority by simply dispensing news without smarm.
On the face of things there seemed little reason to expect anything more than the usual mix from a panel composed of former jump jockey Bob Nutter, self-styled professional punter Dave Boggis, lady racing novelist and woman about Lambourn `Dippy' Pugh-Beaver, and Irish training legend Seamus O'Bushmill - although some witnesses do insist that they spotted quite early a certain wildness in the eye of the chairman, veteran hack fallen on hard times and assiduous sucker-up to anyone with an even remotely famous name in racing, Ambrose Smarm.
With stocks so volatile, it's useful to know that the world market in derivative smarm has been cornered by Alexandre Jardin in "The Prof.
As if the smarm factor wasn't off the scale already, the American guys have brought a whole new level of smarm to the table.
I saw enough of the Prince of Smarm when he was in office.
There was such a large helping of slime, smarm and seediness in this engrossing drama you almost felt the need to have a shower immediately afterwards.
Perhaps he's taking the gig to show another side of himself and prove that, beneath all that smarm and charm, lies a sarcastic cynic with a barbed wit.
Bolton and Elizabeth Edwards, Second Woman, produced a faultless and thrilling duet Fear no Danger, and Belinda Morley, a mezzo with a magical voice, turned on the smarm, added a dose of venom and hissed menacingly as the Sorceress.
Matt Smith, who delivers one-liners a la Lineker but without the smarm, wrapped up ITV1's highlights beautifully.
His friends speak of his charm; his enemies refer to his smarm.
Certainly Hollywood has plenty of wanna-bes who could bring the appropriate amount of cheeky smarm to such a dubious enterprise.