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a North American Indian warrior

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people who are brave

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face and withstand with courage

possessing or displaying courage

invulnerable to fear or intimidation

brightly colored and showy

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People think that our buyer is just a Saudi prince because of the cost of the boat, but the buyer here is the same as the guy who buys high-end cars," Braver says.
He said: "Most of my friends have said 'you're a braver person than me - I wouldn't be prepared to be naked in front of three people, let alone on national telly.
The fourth book in the Broken Silence series, We Are Syrians (edited by Roger Williams University's Adam Braver and Abby Deveuve) is a composite oral history of a half century of Assad family leadership.
6 February 2017 - Massachusetts, US-based wealth management company Adviser Investments, LLC has acquired US-based wealth manager Braver Wealth Management, LLC and its Braver Capital Management division, the company said.
Adviser Investments Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder Dan Wiener and Chief Investment Officer Jim Lowell will be joined by Braver President David D'Amico and Chief Investment Officer Andrew Griesinger in the oversight of investment decisions and strategy, according to the RIA.
and Brain "We earned our living playing cover versions for 40 years but we're a lot braver now and do a lot of our own stuff
Some magistrates behave like fools, Stick spinelessly to unfair rules, Others do the braver thing, Resign their posts and justice bring.
Also included are contributions by Brian Earp, Robert Van Howe, John Geisheker, Ron Goldman, Lisa Braver Moss, Eran Sadeh, Richard Schwartzmann, Leonid Walter Dunn, Scot Anderson, Kira Antinuk, Markus Bauer, Jonathan Bernaerts, Gregory Boyle, Georganne Chapin, and Chelsea Collonge.
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Braver divides his book into two parts of almost equal length: the first half offering a remarkably able account of the structure and thematic organization of Being and Time, and the second half providing an overview of Heidegger's major philosophical concerns from 1930 to 1964.
Canadian Thornton, who played for Devils when they won the Superleague title in 1997, says Westgarth will make his Belfast teammates feel bigger and braver in themselves.
Swansea manager Garry Monk was pleased with his side's overall performance - but asked his players to be braver in future as they seek to kill teams off.
In order for the public to get hold of the team and to accept what's going on (we need) braver selections," he added.
The whole series ran under four subtitles: Nine Days at Arnhem, No Braver Man, Manna from Heaven and, lastly, Operation FAUST.
While the gulf between the analytic and continental traditions seems as wide as ever--as Braver observes, the only thing many philosophers educated in one of the traditions knows about the other tradition is that it's a waste of time learning anything else about it--one of the objectives of this book is to build a "load-bearing bridge" between the continental and analytic traditions in philosophy.