mild-mannered : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s behaving in or having a mild or gentle manner
- Stan Shih, a mild-mannered Taiwanese electrical engineer working on gadgets such as desktop calculators, saw a better way.
- The man responsible for the mania is Wayne Gould, 60, a mild-mannered New Zealand puzzle enthusiast, formerly a judge in the criminal courts of Hong Kong.
- Meanwhile, some of Hebron's clients in Michigan and Illinois have been flooding the fax machines of state agriculture officials to protest the treatment of the mild-mannered .
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Broadway Palm's 'Funny Money' In this comedy, mild-mannered Henry Perkins accidentally picks up the wrong briefcase and discovers it's full of cash.
June 14, 2013 - The News-Press
- Al Lewis: The Man of Steel and Ben Bernanke
Superman and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are both mild-mannered. They are both calm, even in the face of global disasters. They are both sometimes said to be from other planets, reports Al Lewis.
June 12, 2013 - Market Watch
- Lewis: Man of Steel vs. Ben Bernanke
Superman and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are both mild-mannered. They are both calm, even in the face of global disasters.
June 11, 2013 - Denver Post
- Mark Madsen in USA Today
The inside of his heart was just a very kind heart and in professional sports you don't always find that,Madsen said. "He was a mild-mannered good guy."
- Roger Ailes in International Herald Tribune
If you can't sit there and answer a question from a professional, mild-mannered, respectful reporter like Chris Wallace, then the hatred for journalists is showing,Ailes said in an interview with The Associated Press. "All journalists need...
- Todd Sauerbrun in TheNewsTribune.com
I don't know who this kid thinks he's playing with,Sauerbrun said of Martin Gramatica, "but I'm not the most mild-mannered guy. If he would have said the wrong thing to me, there's no telling what I might have done."