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Once only did he attempt a stroke of audacity, one early morning, with a steady breeze, entering a crowded roadstead.
To counteract the audacity of this proceeding he led her to a bamboo sofa in a less secluded part of the conservatory, and sitting down beside her broke a lily-of-the-valley from her bouquet.
He made a great show of lavishing wealth upon the woman of brilliance and audacity.
Pardon me, dear madam,' said she, laughingly throwing herself into my arms, and kissing me with playful affection; but I felt a tear on my neck, as she dropped her head on my bosom and continued, with an odd mixture of sadness and levity, timidity and audacity, - 'I know you are not so happy as I mean to be, for you spend half your life alone at Grassdale, while Mr.
We had an example of his readiness of resource that morning when he got away from us so successfully, and also of his audacity in sending back my own name to me through the cabman.
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We have been witness to a bunch of councillors who have been feathering their nests at the tax-payers' expense and been accused of racism if we had the audacity to ask anything they considered none of our business.
Boy did Jeanne Shaheen come under fire the other day, the target of an ad blitz essentially saying she was anti-Israel because she called Israeli military actions in the Gaza Strip "provocative" and had the audacity of accepting a campaign contribution from J Street, a liberal Jewish organization that itself has the audacity of occasionally criticizing the Israel government.
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Baghdad (NINA) - Leader of the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council (SIIC), Ammar al-Hakeem, rejected anybody to have audacity against the religious authorities.