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gutsy

(ˈgətsi)
mod. courageous; feisty. Ernie’s acting sort of gutsy today. What happened?
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HOPEFUL 3 Ramona Karlsson gave a gutsy performance at the race
gutsy Kill WT he David Wachman-trained Hidden Oasis is difficult to assess on his wide-margin success at Galway.
Proteas captain, Graeme Smith also lauded Williamson's gutsy innings, as they tried their best to break him down.
But, with front-running tactics employed, Spacious bounced back with a gutsy victory at Royal Ascot, where she beat Heaven Sent and Eva's Request in the Windsor Forest Stakes.
The winner of his only previous hurdles start, Bouggler was a 16-1 shot, but belied those odds with a gutsy follow-up.
Everything manmade defers to the terrifying grandeur of the natural world, yet from the earliest turf houses (literally grafted from the earth) to very particular interpretations of Nordic functionalism, the most memorable Icelandic architecture is a gutsy synthesis of the pragmatic and the poetic.
Now, along with the gutsy women in his family, Nicholas is the hero of Little Man, Conn's absorbing chronicle of his life so far.
When a gutsy public utility commissioner who dares to take a stand against the controversial Greenleaf Project gets in over his head, he turns to his life-long friend and expert lawyer for help and protection.
When one of the RHPS birds, Mercury (John Cleese), is captured in possession of the most crucial message to the war effort, heroic pigeon Gutsy (Hugh Laurie) realises that the Allied effort is at a critical juncture.
Hastie lays rails to waste, Chet is a true ninja, Machaau goes full mental, Gailea gets pretty gutsy, Sven Kilchenmann's part is, like, 28-minutes long and you may very well need a calculator to figure out some of Guy Kampfen's fuckin' moves.
Each bird varies slightly in shading and detailing; luscious shingles of curvilinear strokes make up the feathers, hinting at a gutsy AbEx touch.
A wonderful debut, documenting the gutsy habits of rainbow women and giving them a name.
The program ended with Balanchine's Western Symphony, showcasing the gutsy dancing of Thomas and Valeri Hristov, Stanton's strong jumps and attack, Barker's fast-paced pointe work, and the cast's very spirited delivery of the grand finale.
When a company's stock is overvalued or a company is moving away from profitability, analysts often have to make gutsy calls that can send stock prices plummeting.