self-assurance


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They seemed to have a storehouse of the ingredients for marital magic: laughter, self-assurance, equality, drive, support, courage and the happy chemistry of opposites.
It jumps from genre to genre, and despite emanating self-assurance, a sense of desolation seeps through the work.
As he journeys from reality, to an introspective consciousness, where he finds self-assurance, he identifies his longing and hunger with the beauty of this state of awareness.
ROGER FEDERER has been popular with punters in the buildup to the US Open and the fivetime winner showed some of his trademark self-assurance when assessing his chances yesterday.
Freeman crafts his own interpretation of Mandela, full of gravitas and self-assurance, even when his health is failing.
They also showed self-assurance on the current preparations of the army.
She said: "Make-up is part of being a woman and it does give you self-assurance and confidence.
Kleist's novellas thus have at their core the inescapable tragedy that is entrained by human purposiveness, inevitably shattered by strictures and double binds: feeling and law, the social contract and the supernatural, reason and grace, the individual and the state, self-assurance and the errant course of justice.
The president displayed the self-assurance of a man on a mission throughout yesterday's news conference, giving well-argued and rational answers.
It encourages self-assurance, sincerity and respect.
Her ferocious power is immeasurable and her fellow slaves fear its unwieldiness at first, thinking such self-assurance can only lead to trouble or worse.