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not easily perturbed or excited or upset

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Morris displayed his unflappably upbeat temperament and sly sense of humor in response to friends who assured him that the pain and struggle would build character: "you .
Put those performances alongside a brilliant Presidents Cup record - he was Mr 100 Per Cent (five points from five) in Melbourne in 1998 - and an unflappably sunny temperament that's perfect for eyeball-to-eyeball golf and you have a fair case for an each-way punt.
British Lions prop Tom Smith skated in for a third try and with Logan removed from duty by skipper Andy Nicol, Hodge unflappably stepped up to provide this fixture with its first draw in 79 years.
Normally unflappably confident, Vanessa confessed her career crisis is taking a terrible toll but vowed to battle back.
THE luckiest person in this dire attempt to bring back the magic of a classic Sixties tele- series is veteran Patrick Macnee who created the unflappably suave agent John Steed.
At least once, Lahr doesn't wait to get to his typewriter to voice his excitement: Watching the final rehearsal (from the wings, he confides in a discreet parenthetical) of British comedian Barry Humphries' triumphant one man/woman show as the unflappably gorgeous Dame Edna Everage in 1989, Lahr, "obsessed like everyone else with getting Dame Edna tuned up for the challenge of opening night," shouts a helpful word to the star.
The young man, Brett Chamberlin, spoke only when spoken to and was unflappable, and unflappably polite.
Though title suggests otherwise, docu does include input from several male cronies, including bemused producer Peter Berling, unflappably upbeat lenser Michael Ballhaus and thesp Harry Baer, whose memories are notably less fond.
At a time when early-music ensembles are fighting to maintain an identity, the Tallis Scholars remain unflappably what they have always been: a superb all-vocal group primarily devoted to music from the 16th and 17th centuries.
As anyone who's seen him on one of his many cookery demonstrations will tell you, he's very, very funny, utterly, unflappably confident and impressively skillful.