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Charles Johnson, a prominent African-American leader and member of the National Urban League, described Garvey as a "dynamic, blundering, temerarious visionary and a trickster.
difficulties await anyone temerarious enough to attempt a description or
The result of this labor of love by these two lifetime comic book readers and Sikora's brother Kurt (co-director of photography and associate producer) can be summed up in a tagline on the film's multi-media website: "From the suburban jungles of Cleveland comes the most TEMERARIOUS crime fighter of all
It's temerarious to suggest peace is about to be declared between Israel and the Palestinians.