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b ray zuh nuhs

  • n  behavior marked by a bold defiance of the proprieties and lack of shame

  • Blagojevich, Rod awareness of that a list of things that constituted an acceptable exchange for a Senate seat "can't be in writing" brazenness of is repeatedly noted, possibly .
  • Glowing with boyish brazenness, Kane is an inspiration to all who see it, especially filmmakers.
  • Obviously I'm supposed to be impressed by Adelson's wit or brazenness or stupidity or whatever.
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  • House, car break-ins on the rise
    In the first six months of 2013, there were 45 house break-ins and 75 car break-ins in Milton, compared with 27 and 26, respectively, a year earlier. But few matched the brazenness of an incident last weekend on Herrick Drive, when a burglar took $1,800 of goods while eight people slept inside the home, police said.        
    July 21, 2013 - Boston Globe

  • Christopher Christie in Newsday
    It's been six years doing this job, and I thought I could no longer be surprised by a combination of brazenness, arrogance and stupidity,US Attorney Christopher Christie said. "But the people elected in this state continue to defy...
  • Charles Schumer in WMDT
    This spontaneous popular movement was driven mainly by the parents of drug-addicted children, recovering addicts and religious leaders who were determined to take a stand against the flourishing drug trade, conducted with open brazenness from a... Helen Zille Independent Online Sep 14, 2007 12437 17020 brazenness Schumer says there were plenty of dirty tricks in the 2006 elections, but -- quote -- the ploy used in Maryland stands out for its sheer cynicism and brazenness."

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