outrageousness


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Getting this level of attention when little else is notable in one's life requires an extraordinary outrageousness that raises someone above the crowd.
Funny and sexy with a whiff of vulnerability and an amazing dash of outrageousness, Lindsey is our exciting choice to play the young Samantha Jones.
In chapters on love, work, suffering, death, and psychoanalysis, the author shows how the "nuts and bolts" of tragicomic attunement and intervention can be cultivated and used to help people better manage the harshness, if not outrageousness, of life, as well as more deeply engage its beauty and nobility.
The trick of good satire is to present ridiculous assumptions as objective fact, and only giving the truth away by the outrageousness of the premise.
This is a group of five extremely skilled and talented performers who balance the visual outrageousness you may most likely associate with Priscilla Queen of the Desert with highly toned acrobatic skills from a leading alternative circus troupe - and all done with splendid banter from the mistress of ceremonies, Dallas Dellaforce, who holds the show together.
Macedonian citizens from a long time ago are used to recognizing this outrageousness.
MAY 28 Frankie Boyle: Work In Progress, The Stand, Glasgow Savage outrageousness.
According to the Politico, Cross told the crowd at a Washington performance in 2009, that the feat was part of an ongoing challenge between him and a friend in which they try to top each other with "dares and outrageousness.
Yes, She's Naked: On Alia Mahdy and Outrageousness Taking issue with the naked issue and the controversy it has aroused:
I still cannot contain the feeling of outrageousness toward the North,'' Lee was quoted as telling the lawmakers.
In a letter to The Times newspaper, the former prime minister wrote: "What I witnessed first hand in London, and what transpired in the time leading up to it, decisively crossed the line from decency to outrageousness.