braggadocio


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vain and empty boasting

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"It's not time to be braggadocio. Pinipilit nila ako.
Instead of swaggering braggadocio and hormone-suffused enthusiasms that do us no good, it is time we took serious stock of just where we stand.
Tindig Pilipinas, a cause-oriented group critical of the Duterte administration and which counts members of the political opposition in its ranks, meanwhile mocked the president for his decision, which it said shows that for all the president's braggadocio, he is afraid of the ICC.
Zardari also wanted to rouse the sagged morale of party workers through sheer braggadocio.
It discusses the importance of space in multilingualism research and studies on it, the ethnographic context of a night club and other spaces in Cape Town, the intertextuality of the rap braggadocio genre performed by emcees, the processes of entextualization in freestyle rap battles, the articulation of masculine ideology in freestyle rap performances, and femininity and participation by women.
After the bling, braggadocio and bumbling of the other teams, she was last seen hiding under a piece of rain-soaked tarpaulin in the middle of the forest, swearing like a docker and surrounded by what looked to be cans of gin and tonic.
I look forward to reading braggadocio reports on current production from the wind energy industry in tomorrow's Press.
In jest, Ball trolled father LaVar Ball during the commercial regarding his father's braggadocio and obsession with marketing the family name.
Romano Braggadocio is specialized in controversial inquests and used to do contract work for Cosa c'e sotto, one of Vimercate's magazines; he is also a compulsive conspiracy dreamer who discloses information for the development of the main story.
Los Angeles, CA, November 08, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The production company, Doggma Uno, under the lead of founder/CEO and lead musical artist, Anthony Garcia is setting a precedent all on its own, and through its third solo release, "Optimo" the music is heavily characterized by "playful braggadocio, slick wordplay and catchy punch lines over a constant stream of dope beats," as stated by Anthony Garcia in a recent interview.
For serving up a big dollop of braggadocio spread over a couple of long, liquid lunches.
Beneath the braggadocio and 100 per cent Americanism was a socially insecure man who sought the company of foreign aristocrats, did not know what he really believed and felt the need to pad out his clothes" Journalist Petronella Wyatt after meeting Donald Trump
Even worse, both the published text and the supplementary material show that Hemingway was, despite the braggadocio of certain passages asserting the contrary, at a low point in his career.
Independence Day has everything: the impending apocalypse brought about by the arrival of super aliens; Bill Pullman playing the raspy guy-next door who became the President of the United States of America; the lovable braggadocio of Will Smith, who famously welcomes a slimy alien with a punch to the grill; Randy Quaid playing Randy Quaid; Harvey Fierstein playing Harvey Fierstein; Data from Star Trek who reappears in this box office smash as a frazzled, gentle scientist who hasn't quite shaken off all that acid he dropped as a youngster; and of course, the hilarious and very Jewish father-son duo of Julius and David Levinson (Judd Hirsch and Jeff Goldblum).
The journalist in question - Braggadocio - is setting up a newspaper titled Domani (Tomorrow), financed by a magnate and not intended for actual publication.