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Although El Saadawi does not indicate directly the sources of her courage and audaciousness, one can identify three main sources: her grandmother, mother and father.
And Nyarko, who believes the 18-year-old is already one of the finest talents he has ever encountered, admitted he is regu-larly reduced to laughter by the teenager's audaciousness.
So, with the audaciousness of a reality TV show, I leave these thoughts in your stockpot for rumination.
The open display of "the foreignness of this arrangement, which recalled scenes in French fiction," is an example of the same audaciousness which led Beaufort to give his Bouguereau nude so prominent a place in his own domestic lay-out.
The book's audaciousness matches that of its subjects, the seventeenth-century republicans whom David Norbrook so vividly and compellingly brings to life.
The sheer audaciousness of valorising the aesthetic--in a penal colony, of all places--seems to have been missed in several assessments of his tenure in New South Wales.
Alas, it took a leader of singular audaciousness to hold together a movement in a time that no longer offered the clear moral choices presented by the era of police dogs, firehoses, belligerent Southern sheriffs, and "white" and "colored" water fountains.
It was too late by then to include it as a musical bed for our bonus featurettes, but I kept it in my CD case because I loved the spirit and its audaciousness.
As regards the leadership of the CyTA and EAC unions, we would have to invent a new word to better describe their loathsome behaviour that goes beyond all the known bounds of audaciousness and vileness.
There were plenty of critics when Daniel Craig, who had the audaciousness of being blond, inherited James Bond.
The concert's first half maintained the calm, meditative mood created through the melancholic Homayoun "dastgah" (mode) of Persian art music, while the second part sampled pieces in the Mahour mode, which resonates with bright audaciousness.
Batsmen want to be him, envying his audaciousness, and bowlers want to be a long way away from him.
Midnight Cowboy (1969) (DIRECTOR John Schlesinger WRITER Waldo Salt PRODUCER Jerome Hellman CAST Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Sylvia Milis, Brenda Vaccaro) - Forty years after its release, Midnight Cowboy has lost none of its audaciousness.
To borrow a phrase from Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye (1970), the "dangerously free" (159) wanderings and panhandlings associated with Stacey's ostensibly threatening homelessness needed to be literally reined in, for there is a certain level of power, audaciousness and social solidarity associated with the gesture of going to another's home--after all, it is usually the case that people with their own homes are the ones who enjoy the privilege of visiting those of others.