aplomb


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great coolness and composure under strain

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The gills started well and were finally rewarded just before the break as McDonald found the bottom corner from 12 yards with aplomb.
Gentle and folky, Molasses Creek is one of those bands that drip with a sort of warm Americana - vibrant fiddles, charming, sometimes jokey lyrics sung to a knee-slapping beat and delivered with aplomb and finesse.
Having scored readily on fast ground at this venue earlier in the month, the 10-11 favourite handled testing conditions with aplomb under Louis-Philippe Beuzelin.
According to my Webster's Unabridged, aplomb primarily means "imperturbable self-possession, poise, or assurance.
This ethereal and uplifting work from 1952 was performed with skill and theatrical aplomb by PARTCH, the Los Angeles-residing music ensemble specializing in the work of Harry Partch and other microtonal composers.
Presenter Jeff Stelling, who holds the whole six-hour show together with aplomb, is among the front-runners to be the new host of Countdown.
The doctor who told my late father that he had cancer did so with all the sensitivity and aplomb of the Grim Reaper.
With well-oiled aplomb, Jodidio traces Calatrava's trajectory from the genuinely iconoclastic Stadelhofen Station to the monumental bombast of recent years.
Service quality: Seasoned, no-nonsense waiters handle the busy dining room with aplomb night after night.
With deadpan aplomb she explores the celebrity identities people adopt--from Elvis impersonators to karaoke singers--in her 50-minute Faker.
From coping with a hysterectomy, to fondly recalling distant memories, to the luxurious yet tawdry experience of reading "bodice ripper" romances and more, Peeking Over the Edge offers a candid glimpse of the simple moments in life, and the relish of adapting to new changes with aplomb.
Written by Plautus and translated with commentary by John Henderson (Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge, Kings College), Asinaria: The One about the Asses provides the Latin text of Plautus' ancient and humorous Roman play, an English translation that superbly captures the raunchy and droll wit of the original, and an in-depth explanatory commentary that entertains with aplomb as surely as it enlightens in a scholarly context.
Gabriel Calderon, hired in late 2004, saw the team across the finishing line in 2006 qualifying with aplomb.
The two Karens tackle these "delicate" topics and many others essential to the black experience with aplomb and give their readers practical tips to handle almost any difficult situation.
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