level-headed

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level-headed

Calm and practical, especially in times of stress. Whenever I have a problem with the copier, I call Elaine because she's so level-headed and can always think of a quick solution. You really need to be level-headed if you're going to work in an emergency room.
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She was level headed. But, also, he had been level-headed and was partly responsible for this.
The good thing is he seems very level headed. Somebody less stable might think, 'It's the third time this has happened' and start to worry.
Level headed Button is seen as the only top driver who can work with any of his rivals, the report added.
After seeing their first public appearance they seem a very grounded, level headed and sensible couple, who are going to be taking stock of their windfall and plan carefully for their future.
You say she's level headed and sensible and that she's bright, so why not discuss your feelings with her?
Easton, now at Leyton Orient, said: "Mark is level headed - he takes everything in his stride.
Your life does change but they seem like nice people and level headed."
But the level headed 21-year-old insists: "I'd be foolish to say that I didn't fancy playing in the full-time game but I can't start thinking about speculation, I must concentrate on doing well with Linfield and hopefully that can benefit everyone."
STAR TURN: Ms Dynamite is level headed and an award winner
LEVEL HEADED City Youth are on par with the big guns.
Level headed Now's the time to repair any hollows or bumps in your lawn.
"In football you have ups and downs, but you have to remain level headed at all times.
HIBS skipper Rob Jones insists Steven Fletcher is too level headed to let speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid give the starlet a big-time Charlie attitude.
Luckily for Iestyn, being level headed and a soldier of fortune, the fervour which seems to run through the veins of real Welshmen, has been diluted to a level which allows him to remain level headed.
KEEPING FEET ON GROUND Celtic manager Neil Lennon LEVEL HEADED Northern Ireland's Paddy McCourt