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Speaking at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meet in Gurgaon yesterday, Rai said: "The brazenness (with which) decisions were being taken is actually appalling."
The Army chief said the brazenness of the act shocked him out of his wits.
"My showmanship just comes literally from breakdancing," he says, though he also credits his brazenness to "a few drinks."
It's not simply arrogance and brazenness. (Certainly, Bill Clinton is arrogant, as are David Vitter, John Ensign, and John Edwards, and few, if any, politicians have outflanked the Kennedys in raw brazenness.) It's the arrogance and brazenness coupled with a glaring meanness.
The scary judge told her: "I see a level of brazenness with 'Let me see what I can get away with here'."
The former PM defined the idea of hospital copay as brazenness and the health policy of the government as a threat to the life and wellbeing of Bulgarians, appealing to all who agree with the opposition to join the vote's signature list.
But Clayton DeLoy Thompson may have taken such carelessness - or brazenness - to a new level when he was stopped by an Oregon State Police trooper early Tuesday.
On August 9, when many Americans were on vacation, Verizon and Google announced "A joint policy proposal for an open internet," which was breathtaking in its brazenness and frightening in scope.
''I want to report about the cruelty and the brutality, about the dishonesty of the dictators, about the brazenness of the 'little dictator' (Kim Jong Il), who has all luxurious goods of this world delivered, while people starve,'' he said in a press release.
But the brazenness of the massacre sparked public outrage across the country and Arroyo pledged swift justice against the culprits.
While the voters stood openmouthed at the brazenness of this device, which infringes no Parliamentary rules, most failed to notice the emergence of new proof of Miss Smith's monumental governmental incompetence.
"While most of these incidents are isolated, and many are still under active investigation, the increase in frequency and brazenness of threats and attacks are a cause to be more vigilant and conscientious about your security preparedness and operations."
Impressed by his brazenness, one patient recommends him to a slick agency that looks after the elderly who've signed over their flats.
Coatsworth was jailed for eight months in June, 2005, the judge saying there was "a degree of brazenness about growing the plants in the garden".
Each spring, with the arrival of warmer weather, the fighting season here starts up, but the scale of the militants' presence and their sheer brazenness have alarmed Afghans and foreign officials far more than in previous years.