He is a familiar Apatow mensch, and somehow Rogen gets away with playing this guy over and over without becoming tiresome.
If that money actually winds up in the hands of needy kids, James seems like a mensch.
Yet in my mind it made him more than a politician, more than a musician; it made him a mensch.
His proposal is the work of a mensch and, no doubt, an act of love.
Also, Mr. mensch is not accurate in conveying the writer's meaning.
In Gothic we find both ‘man,’ and ‘Maunisk,’ the modern German ‘maun,’ and ‘mensch.’
Mr. mensch says that "the stresses involved are mostly secondary."
In Gothic we find both man and mannisks, the modern German mann and mensch.'
A partial reply to Mr. Thompson's discussion will be found in the writer's response to Mr. mensch.
Mr. mensch's statement regarding the retaining wall reinforced as shown at a, Fig. 2, is astounding.
"person of strength and honor," 1907, from Yiddish, from German Mensch, literally "man, person," from Old High German mennisco "human," from Proto-Germanic adjective *manniska- "human" (see mannish).
[1909+; fr Yiddish, literally ''person, man'']