fearlessness


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She had a commission from her father in the City, and was dashing in as she had done many a time before, with all the fearlessness of youth, thinking only of her task and how it was to be performed.
When the vicarage caught fire he distinguished himself also by the fearlessness with which he reentered the building to save property, after the local fire brigade had given it up as impossible.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan on Thursday said fearlessness is a hallmark of real leaders and such leaders never hold 'secret meetings'.
There is delicacy and poise to Wunder's playing which is boosted by a certain fearlessness and obvious pleasure in the music.
We are proud of the mobilization and fearlessness of the Burkinabe people, especially its youth, whose unwavering determination helped to stop the usurpation," he said.
EVERTON manager Roberto Martinez sees a fearlessness in relegation-threatened Burnley similar to that displayed by his Wigan team in surviving against the odds in the Premier League.
The 45-year-old singer, actress, entrepreneur and philanthropist regained something else: fearlessness.
The album is propelled by that relentlessness and by the artist's own fearlessness.
Devil, Dear" takes the reader traveling near and far, examining comfort zones and boldly stepping beyond them, facing the disquietude of mortality with McFadden's fearlessness and wit.
EDWINA Currie's husband is not surprised by her fearlessness.
In Dundalk Circuit Court yesterday, Judge Michael O'Shea told hero Det McGuffin: "Your courage and fearlessness is the highest by a garda I've ever come across in my 14 years as a judge.
I have a fearlessness and a confidence that I think you can only get with experience and age.