By aiming straight for the boss's quarters at the Whitney, Seator once again shows the brashness
that makes him one of the most exciting American artists working today.
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IF Mr Lambert requires an example of a seasoned, wily campaigner outwitting the burgeoning brashness
of youth then he need look no further than Phil Taylor, the "Peter Pan" of darts, winning the world crown once more at the ripe old age of 53.
Devenney's work is a nice mixture of youthful brashness
and surprising sensitivity, and he's an up-and-coming voice that's definitely worth paying attention to.
I for one hate the flash brashness
and hangers on he has.
What better way to bring a little straight-talking - and no nonsense - to the country than with a New Yorker and a slice of brashness
," Victoria Willis, of the New York Bakery Co, said.
expressed his admiration with his usual Antipodean brashness
Hopefully, if there was brashness
there then maybe you won't see as much going forward," he added.
With its instantly whistleable tunes and colourful orchestration Rimsky Korsakov's Scheherezade is a work that almost invites performances of crudity and brashness
That is not easy, but we need to get the brashness
Melissa, 25, now a vocal coach in St Albans, said: "He is a genuinely caring person and brashness
is a big front.
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Some early scenes have a clever, believable brashness
, and the mother-son relationship rings true.
But not for him the crude brashness
of electioneering and slogans.
Her dance views have the pulse, the occasional brashness
, and the poetry of New York at its most urgent, and one might add, at its most unpredictable.