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gutsy

(ˈgətsi)
mod. courageous; feisty. Ernie’s acting sort of gutsy today. What happened?
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The Western Mail's Gail Cooper said in her review: "Christian Patterson is a scene-stealer as Touchstone, the elegant fool in his black and silver harlequin waistcoat, who becomes earthier and gutsier during his sojourn in the Forest of Arden.
Recommendation T O'Shea 1pt 7-4 bet365 R Thornton v M King Head-to-head: Thornton 7 King 8 Raymond van Barneveld ever so graciously folded in Mervyn King's presence on Monday night but don't expect a far gutsier Scotsman to do likewise.
Simply put, as the industry continues to shift underneath their feet, executives need a gutsier way of thinking.
No one was gutsier than her sometime daughter-in-law Karen - up yours Tracy Barlow - McDonald.
I'm not quite sure that Kane has realized what he has done just yet, but in terms of New Zealand cricket history it will go down as one of the gutsier innings, and one of the more gutsy fighting efforts on the last day against this sort of attack," Stuff.
The effects of this individualistic training can also be seen in the subtle but immediately noticeable change in the performance of dancers in companies such as Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet (New York), Cullberg Ballet (Sweden), or Hubbard Street (Chicago) in Naharin's pieces-where highly trained dancers step out of prescribed moves and offer gutsier, groovier, more exposed sides of themselves.
It is also very likely that Mailer saw reasons to praise Burroughs where he would have been reluctant to do so for Kerouac, that he recognized a gutsier and more cerebrated authorship and the promise of a more durable idealism.
He could have gone down the fine dining route but loves the style and flavours of gutsier, more simple cooking.
The Bronco Bill Gang" is a realistic and well told story which is a bit gutsier than "Hop- a-Long" Cassidy played by Bill Boyd in the old Western movies that chased villainous criminals on horseback.
The songs may be parodic, but they still require remarkable vocal range and control, and Rebecca Knight's bravura trills as Mabel were a heady delight, as was Rosemary Ashe's gutsier approach to the role of Ruth the nursery-maid turned pirate (who definitely got the best costume).
And, with the lack of regular police patrols on the Common, it is clear that another perception exists - troublemakers and law breakers on the Common have become gutsier in the absence of law enforcement.
This form of decoration sits more demurely in the company of the gestural and gutsier remaining works in the show.
Attracted by the ostensible amateurism of the principals in films like Babes in Arms and the Andy Hardy movies, Branagh seems to think he can use actual amateurs--so far as singing and dancing are concerned (with the notable exceptions of Lester and Lane)--to give his film a gutsier feel.
The shiraz and merlot bend has been very popular as something for gutsier food, perhaps mature cheese or game.