pugnacity


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Conflict is a natural and usual part of our life and is the reality with which the human has been acquaintance during the history, however it unfortunately has become pugnacity and enemy due to lack of appropriate management.
Additionally, the Corps' reputation for pugnacity, arguably as important as its actual aggression, must have influenced 'control' over no-man's-land.
Exclusive Iranian sources revealed another reason for the supreme leader=E2=80=99s pugnacity.
Three talented fantasy authors collabo-rate to bring their well-drawn characters and impressively detailed world-imbued with all the pomp and pugnacity of the Middle Ages-to life in this gripping multigenerational saga.
3 -- Ajit Pawar, Maharashtra's deputy chief minister, not very long had said he thought you needed pugnacity and aggression to be a successful politician.
Observing the pugnacity of 21st-century China, there appear to be parallels with the aggressiveness of 19th-century America.
In the course of his earlier two administrations in the 1990s, his detractors accused him of hotheadedness and pugnacity.
During his two previous administrations he earned a reputation for hotheadedness and pugnacity.
In the spring of 1917, the continuing and expanding German pugnacity on the high seas coupled with the revelation of the nefarious Zimmerman telegram, forced an agonized President Woodrow Wilson to abrogate his reelection pledge to stay out of the fight.
And her expression, as she leans on a bicycle, is a mesmerizing blend of self-possession and pugnacity that all but says aloud, "Whether you like me or not, I am going to rule your world.
Palestinians don't fire rockets on Israel out of a feeling of insolence, or arrogance or even pugnacity and bellicosity.
These unconventional attacks were put down to the pugnacity of the man who styled himself after Dada Kondke, the Marathi acting icon known for his use of innuendo and double entendre.
Cook's comments reflected the prevailing tone at Money2020, an event characterized by pugnacity and not the blandness that so often flowers at financial industry conferences.
Yet Erusalimskii's attempt to posit mendacity in the service of juridical pugnacity could raise additional suspicions concerning Kurbskii's authorship of the History.