GUMPTION


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GUMPTIONGriffith University Maths and Physics (Association)
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Will you please define what gumption is, Aunt Jimsie?
Any one who has gumption knows what it is, and any one who hasn't can never know what it is.
And if anyone defines guts and gumption, it's Johnston.
To teach gumption intentionally results in "resiliency under pressure," according to Dr.
Gumption Entertainment was founded in 2013 and is an entertainment company that provides business management, consulting, producing, video branding, and creative solutions.
Coherent career practice recognizes four interrelated elements: career literacy, career gumption, career context, and career integrity.
You ran a good race, complete with breathless rhetoric and all-American gumption and gusto.
Local politicians are elected and local officials are paid to solve problems, not just to sit through meetings - if they haven't the courage and gumption to do this then they should admit that 'they are unfit for purpose' and let someone else take-over.
AT long last a school with the gumption to punish students effectively rather than using empty threats, pointless detentions or exclusions.
Back then, nothing beyond gumption and imagination was needed to find adventure and entertainment.
I don't know if it's lack of guts or gumption, but I've a long list and at the top is capitalism.