- n fearless daring
- n aggressive boldness or unmitigated effrontery
- Transforming Social Security is Bush's biggest domestic political gamble--audacious even for a President who prides himself on audaciousness--and one that could reshape far more .
- Transforming Social Security is Bush's biggest domestic political gambleaudacious even for a President who prides himself on audaciousnessand one that could reshape far .
- In the sober matter of staging Shakespeare, such audaciousness is hard to resist -- though a lot of Chicago theatergoers have been able to.
News & Articles
- John Talabot Launches Weekly Radio Program and Podcast
As a DJ, John Talabot's mixing skills are second only to the occasional audaciousness of his selections. And as co-founder of Barcelona's Hivern Discs label, he has proven that he has a keen ear for A&R...
Sept. 3, 2013 - Spin
- Mark Millar in Scotland on Sunday
I love the pure audaciousness of this project because, growing up in Coatbridge, I remember saying I wanted to work in Hollywood, that I wanted to be a writer when I grew up,said Millar. "Especially in the Eighties, that seemed ludicrous....
- Harvey Weinstein in Variety
We are very proud of 'Grindhouse,'Harvey Weinstein said in a statement, adding it "earned overwhelming rave reviews for its audaciousness and boldness."
- Tom Verducci in SI.com
As SI's Tom Verducci wrote last week, Harwell had an understated elegance, which has become "a lost art given the audaciousness, trumped-up signature calls and desire to be noticed in broadcasting today."