The pugnacious , charismatic hectoring figure shown in his full glory on television in recent days also remains a prime candidate to host a similarly hard-hitting political talk show.
A pugnacious manager opens the door and leads us to a living room filled with people - Palmer's son and daughter, his wife, and the man himself, looking dapper in brown leather shoes and a blue Savile Row shirt.
What a way to go for the most pugnacious , aggressive Liberal minister I've seen in action.
Has the world's most pugnacious advocate for the world's poor, a man who almost single-handedly brought the appalling images of famine-struck Africa into the front rooms of millions of Britons, finally gone too far?
He was an outspoken advocate of law reform, a pugnacious critic of established political doctrines like natural law and contractarianism, and the first to produce a utilitarian justification for democracy.
According to my bird book, bulbuls are pugnacious , and are still used as contestants in bulbul fights.
After seven months as a mostly low-profile attorney general, he re-emerged as a pugnacious , crusading politician, fully in keeping with his past as one of the Senate's most passionately conservative members.
As is well known, the robin is pugnacious , fighting with its own kind and attacking other birds.
His life was one of varied and significant achievements - an advocate at the Scottish bar, a sound if impatient and pugnacious judge of the Court of Session, and a politically active Whig.
Her other abiding passion came in the form of a pugnacious Labour politician, nicknamed ‘The Butcher’ for his savage attacks on the SNP.