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invulnerable to fear or intimidation

unrestrained by convention or propriety

disposed to venture or take risks

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Erica Miller epitomizes her quest to "live audaciously.
The 25-year-old United States international striker cancelled out Octavio Rivero's opener at BC Place when he rounded keeper David Ousted after running on to Sebastian Giovinco's pass, and after Robbie Findley had made it 2-1 to the visitors, wrapped up the points when he won and audaciously converted a Panenka-style penalty at the death.
Bilawal's tweet audaciously challenges India's fierce stance on Kashmir while hinting that his prior statements were just the beginning, and there was more to come as yet.
Against the backdrop of an aggravating issue of the displaced we also need to deal with it audaciously and as quickly as possible by establishing new refugee camps next to the border," he warned.
Obama audaciously increased US military aid to Israel by more than $300 million to enable the country kill more Palestinians.
But you would be reminded that The Case for Capital, launched back in the 1990s, audaciously set out the case for PS200m to be invested in the region's cultural infrastructure.
Le jazz hot of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli is their north star, but they use that beacon to navigate through a wide range of genres, blending Western swing, classical, reggae, d00-wop, and "anything else we damn well please" into strikingly original compositions and audaciously reworked standards alike," the band's website says.
In the second half Scott Spencer, making his debut for the club audaciously volleyed over, but alarmingly for the hosts Marc Roberts hobbled off through injury as Danny Lowe made his first appearance in a touch over four months.
Pianist Kirill Gerstein should also be included in that - the Russian-American virtuoso revealing glimpses of his jazz background in an audaciously exciting performance of Ravel's Piano Concerto in G.
Sharma's "NH10" has audaciously been set for 12 September release date along with Ranbir's "Roy" and Shahid-Vishal Bhardwaj team's "Haider.
Audaciously executed in acid green, black and white with black porcelain tiles and downlighters with a basin sunk in a free standing french-style table topped with black glass - truly a work of art.
Audaciously, he executed a perfect lob which gave the back-pedalling keeper no chance as it dipped into the net.
Obviously, Manmohan Singh, the reluctant politician, has shown his true colours and indicated that he is audaciously ambitious," Prasad added.
Manmohan Singh, saying the 'reluctant' politician has shown his true political colours and that he was audaciously ambitious by not replying in a downbeat note on whether he would lead the nation for a third consecutive term.
South Africa made a flying start, with AB de Villiers batting audaciously as the home side reached 48 for one in four overs.