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marked by courage and determination in the face of difficulties or danger

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This was Oregon's gutsiest victory of the year, and also its luckiest.
Ted Koppel, anchor for "Nightline," was slightly unsettled when told he was chosen as television's gutsiest commentator.
Davies' effort from a superb Lloyd Williams chip saw Wales stamp their mark on Pool A with one of the gutsiest performances in Welsh history.
They are the smartest, gutsiest companies I've ever profiled.
A fabulously witty, Oscar-winning co-writer of Katharine Hepburn's gutsiest film, Woman of the Year, Lardner was also a pioneer in the unionization of Hollywood and a Red to boot.
Perhaps the vice president's gutsiest move on behalf of green causes came in 1997, when he flew to Kyoto to salvage the global climate negotiations.
Earth Island is the gutsiest group in the country for getting out in front on this issue and keeping it alive.
Then came one of the gutsiest calls in NCAA bowl history.
Gutsiest Political Doc: Maxime, McDuff et McDo, in which the inimita ble Magnus Isacsson tackles the Golden Arches, the youth who work beneath them and their struggle to unionize.
As the whistle blew on the gutsiest and most enthralling Chelsea performance of the season so far, Ever-ton's officials would have had the statutory two-minute grace period in which to discuss whether to exercise their option on a second leg or not.
WHAT an incredible performance by Brian Ashton's men - that is one of the gutsiest displays I have ever seen from an England side.
The proven five-cylinder engine is one of the gutsiest on the market but it's also one of the smoothest and most tractable in addition to providing excellent fuel returns.