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nothing daunted

  (British & Australian formal)
if you continue to do something, nothing daunted, you are not worried about problems you have with it I've had three letters of refusal but, nothing daunted, I'm writing a fourth application.
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Don't be troubled, Meg, poverty seldom daunts a sincere lover.
This season has thrown up plenty of challenges for us, especially with injuries and international call-ups, but that doesn't daunt us.
Amazon's ultra-low prices have long been blamed for the demise of high street booksellers, but Waterstones boss James Daunt said he hoped the digital agreement will "complement and strengthen" the traditional attributes of the shops.
Mr Daunt currently runs Daunt Books, a small chain of highly regarded London-based bookshops he founded in 1990.
Her fellow judges were literary editor of The Observer William Skidelsky and the founder of Daunt Books, James Daunt.
Ruth was born in Cleveland, Ohio to William and Catherine (Reilly) Daunt.
Chair Jackie Hendley and interim chief executive Mary Daunt have spent the past four months reviewing the remit of the organisation following a torrid period in its 20-year history and believe that Forward will have a key part to play in the economic development of the city in the coming years.
Tony Overton has moved from Booker, where he was regional director Midlands, to the group which comprises four delivered wholesalers--T&A Symonds, EV Saxton, AR Daunt and Goodwins.
WHEN shy William Daunt finally plucked up the courage to ask colleague Patricia for a dance he couldn't have imagined they would still be in step 60 years down the line.
Law firm Browne Jacobson has attracted real estate expert Mary Daunt to head up its property department in Birmingham.
Wholesaler AR Daunt, Key Lekkerland member for the Midlands, has acquired GT News from H Turner & Sons in a 50m [pounds sterling] deal.
Real estate partner at law firm Eversheds in the Midlands, Mary Daunt (left) is to take a break from her legal duties when she treks to the highest mountain in the world - Mount Everest.
David Slade (Joker); Mary Daunt (Head of Real Estate, Eversheds Midlands offices); Vaq Farooq (Batman); Brian Hession (Robin)
In what could be a masterstroke, James Daunt has been appointed MD.
Back) Sara May, Christine Levine, Caris Arthur, Marlyn Stokes, Sue Hele, Pat Bullivant, Zoe Lewis (front) Andrea Howl, Virginia Bottomley, Diane Benussi, Mary Daunt, Jane Lodge, Caroline Coates, Zoe Lewis