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indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence

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not shrinking from danger

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Perhaps it was this that showed fate how the lifeline still burned in me when the skinned hand moved to brush away a fly aimed unflinchingly skywards.
Based heavily on interviews with Chechen women, human rights activists, and government officials, this book unflinchingly shows the extreme violence that is a common to each Chechen woman's life experience.
Farooq, it said that he was a mild mannered and humane person who unflinchingly supported the rights of women and religious minorities, and spoke out boldly against extremism and violence.
Rao complimented their bravery, resoluteness and dedication for working unflinchingly under such trying circumstances.
is an unflinchingly honest look at what the proximity of a city does to a river, as well an eye-opening journey.
But most characters are simply trying to maintain human relationships, unflinchingly holding onto individuals who matter to them, constructing their own tiny oases of order in a chaotic world.
Pozycki has unflinchingly pursued aggressive triple figure rates despite the upheaval in the economy and the weakening rental market.
Who else could do it so well, so unflinchingly and with such a combustible (you might say) climax?
A little numbskull juice injected into their rotting brains and they were revived as Ill willing servants of Ghoul, unflinchingly lugging our gear anywhere we tell them to.
Bearing what appeared to be an early copy of the journal and a little flustered by the changes she encountered on her way to the hotel (it was once an exclusive gentlemen-only club), she entertained all those present with her unflinchingly stern expression and comments about the immodest attire of some of the guests.
His commanding officer, who has not been named, said: "Michael was a truly exceptional junior non-commissioned officer, the best at his level, who unflinchingly stood, time after time, shoulder to shoulder with his friends in the very worst of conditions.
Speaking unflinchingly about the rule of law and the legislative branch's duty to hold the executive to account isn't a civics lesson.
The Turkish fleet was seemingly invincible--well appointed, superbly led and unflinchingly aggressive.
Addressing the matter unflinchingly on Thursday, O'Neill made several points: He ``will go to the grave'' denying wrong-doing in the Wisdom Cat case; though he applauds state authorities' anti-drug efforts, he believes the Wisdom Cat positive was the result of a testing error; Wisdom Cat actually finished last in the race in question, suggesting a high carbon-dioxide level didn't enhance his performance; Lava Man has never failed a drug test, and the horse should have vindicated himself by winning the Gold Cup out of the detention barn.
She is unflinchingly honest in describing why the structure of prison actually brought some degree of comfort and how she eventually developed a new way of looking at what could best be called "normal for us.