adventurousness


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the trait of being adventurous

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The charm of the protagonist Kaanchi's journey is not in its quotient of adventurousness but in delivering an exuberance of the expected.
Most of the subjects were born in Mexico, although a few emigrated from other Latin countries and one, a television journalist who prides herself on her adventurousness, is from the former Yugoslavia.
Working as part of a team, she felt surprisingly relaxed, no matter how hard she challenged herself, and now that she's applying for jobs in marketing, Bernstein credits that semester abroad for her new adventurousness.
But as a result of his adventurousness he was perfectly positioned to finish the 94th minute chance which fell his way.
People want to heighten their bedroom experiences with products that foster adventurousness."
As voluble as he is prolific, Fitzmorris offers unabashed admiration for the formal adventurousness of troupes like ArtSpot and Mondo Bizarro, but he's confident that his own gifts involve the kind of dramaturgy in which "you see the story happen as you tell it." A Truckload of Ink, he says, is his "big, sprawling piece of American realism." As such, it may also be his breakout play, the one that brings his affectionate and deeply informed vision of life in New Orleans--and the human intricacies of the region's cataclysmic recent history--into the national consciousness.
But in truth, it would seem they have been listening to a lot of Radiohead and Smashing Pumpkins albums, judging by the adventurousness and excellent compositions that abound throughout the 11 tracks.
Like Belag, there's a sense of two-dimensional planes being layered, but while Belag has a messy adventurousness, Spence prefers a neatly crisp aesthetic.
"They understood the idea of no judgment and prized bravery and adventurousness in each other.
As illustrations of "ambivalence about the reinvention of intimacy," they remind us that the quick and easy equivalence of Bloomsbury with an unproblematic sexual adventurousness is a cliche that fails to capture the spirit of paradox built into the Bloomsburians' literary works.
They need to start producing risk-takers, encouraging individualism and adventurousness and rewarding original thinking.
The writing cleverly captures Hetty's bold adventurousness and her nomadic nature.
The 32-year-old Nashville resident wants to emulate the adventurousness of the college radio format without the long-windedness of its DJs.
The fact that Leeson raises more questions than he answers is a tribute to his originality and adventurousness in research and interpretation.