audacity


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fearless daring

aggressive boldness or unmitigated effrontery

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Bold disrespect, the essence of audacity, can be perceived as either positive or negative.
I was thrilled to see that people were interested in watching my simple educational videos on how to use Audacity.
Hakeem went of saying, "We will not tolerate who does have audacity against our religious authorities.
Farber is a leadership consultant who discovers that "extreme leadership" happens when a leader is willing to LEAP: express Love, demonstrate Energy, inspire Audacity and demonstrate Proof.
The mare in question, Sheer Audacity, was remarkably Morris's first broodmare purchase and went on to provide the backbone to a highly successful breeding operation at his Iverk House Stud in County Kilkenny.
Athens - PNN - Yesterday activists of the French boat Louise Michel along with the American boat, Audacity of Hope, staged a protest in Athens, raising the sails in protest of the Greek government's decision of not allowing ships of the Freedom Flotilla II to sail to Gaza.
The Audacity of Hope set sail for Gaza without warning, leaving behind nine other ships in a pro-Palestinian international flotilla.
One of the ten boats in this year's flotilla, which plans to sail from Athens Saturday and attempt to run Israel's Gaza blockade, is called The Audacity of Hope (cheeky
The Audacity of Hope wrote a letter to US President Barack Obama to inform him that the vessel "will carry thousands of letters of support and friendship from people throughout the US to the women, children and men of Gaza.
Audacity packs a load of power into something you pay nothing for.
Nothing could be further from the truth," said Jane Hirschmann and Richard Levy in a joint statement, both of New York, who are building support for the US boat, named The Audacity of Hope.
It does not represent "the audacity of hope" nor will it assist us in avoiding another "misunderstanding" similar to that which "caused" two passenger planes to hit the World Trade Center.
In 2006, Presidential aspirant Barack Obama, now the first "black" president of the United States, launched a popular reframing of the notion of the audacious when he linked the word to an urgent social quest for Americans in his book The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream".
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.