But what we tend to overlook is that audacity
, by its very nature, breeds polarized responses.
The Video Guide to Audacity
was to be a thorough and pedagogically sound learning resource that could enable learners to express themselves and satisfy curricular outcomes through the recording and editing sound.
Iverk House is also home to another daughter of Sheer Audacity
in Sheer Bliss, a Sadler's Wells mare who is the dam of Kevin Prendergast's progressive three-year-old When Not Iff.
Captain John Klusmer was negotiating with the coast guard who have said The Audacity
could return to any Greek port but could not advance, she said.
Leslie Cagan, part of Audacity
of Hope, told reporters in New York "Following the example of years of non-violent Palestinian protests, everyone participating in this project is deeply committed to non-violence.
The 2nd International Freedom Flotilla, comprised of people from 22 countries and many boats, including the US flagged ship The Audacity
of Hope, "is not the problem.
The usual authoritative sources on the English language inform us that audacity
could be understood as confidence, or boldness combined with disregard of consequences; as venturesomeness, rashness, recklessness, a fearless daring or a bold or insolent heedlessness of restraints, as of those imposed by prudence, propriety, or convention.
AFTER the Castle Hill hotel debacle of 2005 in which the Thandi brothers were instrumental in the eventual demolition of the aforementioned building, it beggars belief that they have the audacity
to suggest an application to build on this site.
If the greatest Briton's influence on the author of The Audacity
of Hope is in doubt, though, you need only refer to his remark "The first quality that is needed is audacity
He made both his wins look easy despite coming from unpromising positions to win on both Audacity
Of Hope (3-1 favourite) and Strike The Deal (9-2).
These include "Mama for Obama" being replaced with "To the Mama for Obama -- thanks for the tax hike", "Yes, we can" becoming "No, he can't", "The Audacity
of Hype" retooled to the title of Obama's popular book, "The Audacity
of Faith: Christian Leaders Reflect on the Election of Barack Obama" discusses the significance of America's first black president, and what he could mean in terms of faith and Biblical prophecy.
Taking advantage of a long weekend away from the office, I have just read his extraordinary book, The Audacity
of Hope, which lays out how Obama sees the world.
THIS letter is addressed to the thief who had the audacity
to steal a fully decorated Christmas tree from The Blackbird public house in Ponteland during Christmas Eve celebrations.
It is my obligation not only as an elected official in a pluralistic society, but also as a Christian, to remain open to the possibility that my unwillingness to support gay marriage is misguided," he wrote in his book The Audacity
of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.