Many companies unconsciously identify leadership skills with extroversion—that is, a willingness to project the ego, press the flesh and prattle on in public
The drawing of Sarah Brown looks nothing like her. She comes across as far more narrow-faced than in the flesh and in need of urgent dental and hair treatment in the caricature.
Japan Apologizes for Bataan Death March
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By VIJA UDENANS The Japanese ambassador to the United States apologized in person today to the 73 surviving POWs of the Bataan Death March in the ...
As Anheuser-Busch's directors prepare for their first in-person board meeting since InBev unveiled its $46.4 billion takeover bid last week, the independent directors have decided against hiring outside advisers, people involved in the deliberations told DealBook.
if politicians or famous people press the flesh, they shake hands with the public
in person 自分で, 本人自ら.
If you do something or go somewhere in person, you do it or go there yourself:
If you can't be there in person, the next best thing is watching it on TV.
Also, in the flesh. In one's physical presence, as in He applied for the job in person, or I couldn't believe it, but there she was, in the flesh. The first expression dates from the mid-1500s. The variant, from the 1300s, was long used to allude to the bodily resurrection of Jesus, but later acquired its looser meaning. Charles Dickens has it in Our Mutual Friend (1865): "The minutes passing on, and no Mrs. W. in the flesh appearing."
in the flesh：名詞片語，親自、本人。例句：Have you ever seen any movie star in the flesh？（你見過哪個電影明星本人嗎？）