AUDACIOUS


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AUDACIOUSAdaptable Urban Drainage Addressing Change in Intensity Occurrence and Uncertainty of Stormwater (UK)
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I told him I thought he might better spare all his rabbits than she her cat, for which audacious assertion he treated me to some rather ungentlemanly language; and I fear I retorted a trifle too warmly.'
A bolder man might still have maintained the audacious position which he had assumed.
'With this audacious preface, he proceeds to state the conditions on which he will play his part in the conspiracy, and die (if he does die) worth a thousand pounds.
Nothing is more natural, therefore, than to perceive them applying their audacious ingenuity to the science of gunnery.
This recital will destroy many illusions and surmises; but it will give a true idea of the singular changes in store for such an enterprise; it will bring out the scientific instincts of Barbicane, the industrious resources of Nicholl, and the audacious humor of Michel Ardan.
The poisonous flies and gnats swarmed around by thousands; in vain one waved myrtle-branches about like mad; the audacious insect population did not cease to sting; nor was there a single person in the well-crammed carriage whose face was not swollen and sore from their ravenous bites.
Thriller Balloon tracks a family's audacious bid for freedom
Det Supt Simon Moring called it "an audacious burglary" with elements "planned to precision".
Housed at TED, The Audacious Project matches up philanthropic organizations and individuals with highly innovative projects designed to inspire large-scale positive change.
"So for me let's be audacious and push it, and we will continue to do that."
Afzal is an 11-year veteran of Audacious Inquiry and an established national expert in health information exchange and interoperability.