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a North American Indian warrior

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people who are brave

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face and withstand with courage

possessing or displaying courage

invulnerable to fear or intimidation

brightly colored and showy

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The most impressive example of such an approach, Braver says, is the Irvine Ranch Water District in Orange County, which 9 years ago issued every customer an individualized water budget.
He said: "Most of my friends have said 'you're a braver person than me - I wouldn't be prepared to be naked in front of three people, let alone on national telly."
I almost want him to be a little bit braver and more adventurous at times because I know what ability he has got.
and Brain "We earned our living playing cover versions for 40 years but we're a lot braver now and do a lot of our own stuff!" Joy Strachan Brain
"In order for the public to get hold of the team and to accept what's going on (we need) braver selections," he added.
"However, I don't think it is wrong to say we'll have to be a bit braver on the ball when we get to the next round.
INHIBITED: Tabak with Anna, far left IN BACKGROUND: During '96 camp CLOSER: Tabak stands behind Anna BRAVER: Moves nearer his 'love'
Chapter 1 is dedicated to constructing an analytic definition of realism in the form of a set of six theses (the "Realism Matrix"), so as to contrast it later with the "Anti-Realist Matrix" which Braver develops in the course of his analysis of continental thought.
I am confident - but we have got to go out there and be a bit braver and take the game to them."
I would love to go back." Among other activities children enjoyed senses activities, investigating electricity and habitats, viewed animated dragons and dinosaurs and some of the braver pupils tried out a simulator ride.
After November 8, when you regain a sense of control, you will feel braver. By the way, all those quick forays into het world at Christmas don't count as vacations.
THE spread firms have been braver than their fixed-odds counterparts where the Celtic League, which starts a new season tonight, is concerned.
For all the work out there designed to make us feel less than moral, there's too little art like Celmins's, which shows us a way of being human that is stronger, quieter, braver, and less needy than we know ourselves to be.
Babble coach Jos Rafael Dimaano admits that he was initially worried about the squad plans: 'They are braver than me.