I'm going to give you the trifecta in the next,'' he says, self-confidently
How is Pop's legacy to be understood, this recent tradition of the self-confidently
Stateside, Bullet, should score on cable, but may come off as too self-confidently
mainstream for arthouse auds.
The 'critical snobbery' among Italian intellectuals who insist on a distinction between high and low culture is self-confidently
deemed to be at the root of the problem (p.
We combine the variationist approach with the reconstructive power of the comparative method," the authors self-confidently
By the time they took the Senate in the 1981 Reagan landslide, however, Republicans did so as a reborn, self-confidently
conservative party, having used their years out of power to fashion both a more coherent ideology and a political seriousness.
Many grumbles were heard in the next generation, yet the generation after that produced a backlash in favour of set liturgy, principally through Richard Hooker, with his new self-confidently
ceremonialist vision of worship.
Unlike their Eastern cousins, they did not trouble themselves over Indian removal but, indeed, belligerently and self-confidently
Then, for ultimate excitement add in the turned-on kids, self-confidently
relating to their adult peers.
If there is a considerable body of opinion which continues to show Britain can self-confidently
remain outside the single currency but committed to the EU, no government will call a referendum.
As a child, Curran studied Irish step dancing, becoming self-confidently
fleet of foot with a twinkle in his eye.
Our society was so self-confidently
tolerant in those days, so accepting of the differences in character and mental acumen between ourselves and the Christian missionaries, whom we accused of taking advantage of those with no means to fight them off.