But the Cockney was unabashed
, though mad, stark mad.
So she stood without flinching before a masked ruffian, who, I felt, would be the first to appreciate her courage; to me it was so superb that I could think of it in this way even then, and marvel how Raffles himself could stand unabashed
before so brave a figure.
Assuming the fixed, unabashed
stare and the stony expression reserved for the casual customer, she walked in behind the counter.
When,' pursued the locksmith, quite unabashed
and wholly regardless of these interruptions, 'when he was taken to the jail, he found that his fellow-prisoner, in the same room, was a young man, Hugh by name, a leader in the riots, who had been betrayed and given up by himself.
Berman's bag" columns from the Unabashed
Possibly, it was the sheer, unabashed
coolness of the song, with its utter reveling in country and western tropes.
They could go for Imbolc, the "festival of the lactating sheep", on February 1, where they may ask to be served roast boar, or Beltane, on May 1, which, in Old Celtic traditions was a time of unabashed
promiscuity (I'm guessing warders throw open the showers and look away) when they may request honey mead.
Not far from Ravenna, the fifth-century center of late Roman mosaic art, a company based in Reggio Emilia, Italy, has re-energized the craft with unabashed
Trouble is the unflinchingly lightweight backing, which positively defines the word twee, along with unabashed
by-the-numbers fillers like single Love Can Move Mountains, ensures a mixed message.
when I see it: the Grapevine Daily Wear Tunic from her line of organic clothing Unabashed
But in an age of hypersensitivity, litigiousness and extreme caution, Halloween represents one of the last bastions of unabashed
NEW Liverpool signing Andriy Voronin left Melwood with his heavily pregnant girlfriend - unabashed
by the interest in Fernando Torres.
Life on the Stairs" takes an unabashed
look at the spate of knife and gun killings plaguing inner cities using drama, hip hop and dance.
Situated cattycorner to Military Park, just a few blocks from one of the city's busiest intersections at Broad and Market Street, 1180 Raymond Boulevard, with its crumbling facade, shattered windows and long abandoned corridors, was an example of the kind of unabashed
dereliction that clogged even the main thoroughfares of this city, located just a few miles from Manhattan but seemingly a world away from its success.
Since the invasion of Iraq by the government of the United States and its "coalition" allies, the number of books and articles on the topic of imperialism have proliferated, and there is general agreement in academic circles that recent events herald the resurgence of an overt and unabashed
commitment on the part of the current American government to assert imperial authority over the nations of the world.