daredevilry


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boldness as manifested in rash and daredevil behavior

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She was often partnered by her husband Yuri Vladimirov, and the duo delighted audiences with their speed and daredevilry. They created roles in Vladimir Vasiliev's The Geologists and Icarus and were especially noted for their bravura performances in The Flames of Paris and Spartacus.
In the book Night of the Krait, Shashi brings out in a gripping way the daredevilry of Lieutenant Colonel Rajan Menon - Raja who heads the mission to free the passengers which include a relative of the defence minister in Shatabdi Express from terrorists.
The latter part of the film, however, appears intact enough to suggest a familiar formula: chicanery leads to chase, daredevilry, and rescue.
Crawley's daredevilry burrowed deep into my brain; perhaps it'll never be pushed out.
Patti Lather's intellectual daredevilry routinely takes her to such challenging sites.
Bravado that acknowledges vulnerability signals the achievement of Tatamkhulu Afrika, whose last collection (2000) before his death at the age of eighty beckons beyond the (Yeatsian?) "mad old man" of its title to the extreme dreams that lurk in the psyche of many of us, extreme dreams probably not identical to Afrika's cross-race, cross-religious, homoerotic daredevilry: (8)
She moves on to the history of the tacky museums, with their Egyptian mummies and two-legged dogs, and the falls' use as a backdrop to acts of daredevilry. No diversion or digression is too small.
Don't forget to try out the stepping stones, a source of delight and daredevilry for my children and their friends when they were little - and for me too!
The Punjabis symbolize freedom of spirit and daredevilry. They regard dancing as their birthright, and their dances reflect this attitude of supreme confidence and conviviality.
The pass is a test for cars and drivers even today, and at night, or in cloud, is the last word in daredevilry
It speaks of danger, of dashing, of daredevilry. Dare this Del risk it?
For instance, it is not unreasonable to suppose that there will be or will likely be a conflict between one's present penchant for reckless daredevilry and one's future penchants, whatever they might be (including reckless daredevilry) or that there will be or will likely be a conflict between one's present ideal of an extravagant lifestyle and one's future ideals, whatever they might be.
Daredevilry in sports and adventure risks life and limb, but the survivors are treated as heroes.