boldness


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impudent aggressiveness

the quality of standing out strongly and distinctly

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Bluegills were brought to the laboratory and run through tank trials to assess boldness, similar to those in the previous study.
The results of the analysis raise the possibility that the boldness often associated with psychopathy may confer advantages over a variety of occupations involving power and prestige, from politics to business, law, athletics and the military.
It prioritises young, strong growth companies whose listing on the stock exchange is a an achievement of the imagination and the boldness of their founders.
Not afraid to rock the boat, Al Gosaibi was respected by Saudi progressives for his boldness in pointing out the problems in conservative Saudi society.
In the following I examine four versions of the concept of boldness and show why each ultimately offers false hope.
Boldness as Gener convincingly illustrates is director van Hove's modus operandi as an artist.
2 : courage, boldness <"I've always wanted to do something like that .
But the boldness of the attack near the north-west city of Peshawar will fuel concern that Taliban militants are tightening their hold in the area and could choke the famed Khyber Pass.
BOLDNESS of vision and a refusal to settle for the status quo are not confined to large population centres.
A booklet note says that the Swiss Baroque Soloists aim to "rediscover a new angle on baroque and classical repertoire, mingling energy and boldness in the exploration of rare repertoire and performing on original instruments.
Three biblical requirements for our mission: urgency, boldness and solidarity
The show features the work of Edwin Vasquez, a self-taught, Guatemalan-born artist who paints and constructs highly colorful and expressive assemblages, and Ulrica Bell Perkins, a collage artist and painter whose works are marked by boldness and intensity.
The author urges the reader to contest the Army's use of the word boldness as a positive character trait as it encourages a culture of daring risk-taking, especially, at the senior level.
Nevertheless, this is an inspiring book for the boldness, glamour, and imagination that shine out from every page.
The quality, boldness, and sophistication of the condominium apartment finishes will be carried through the interiors of these elegant town homes.