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bravura

Music
a. brilliance of execution
b. (as modifier): a bravura passage
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Below, Andrew Harder of the Bravura String Orchestra tunes his double bass.
Easy Computer Sync takes the guesswork out of synchronizing data", said Bravura Software CEO Matthew Block.
Andy will play a pivotal role in tapping that opportunity for Bravura and advancing our interests in the region, said Roland Slee.
Anyone interested should call Bravura on 01642 718600 or e-mail bravura@ukgateway.
Seeing him again 30 years later, Lambert noted that although the "amazing and brave" Crisp still had his bravura, he'd also developed a "hard shell.
Raoul Walsh, director of seven Flynn films, balances bravura fisticuffs with family vignettes and flirtatious romance (Alexis Smith is Flynn's co-star).
Andy Gershon as Sales Director, Life Insurance Solutions, Asia, is appointed by Bravura Solutions, the supplier of transfer agency and wealth management software applications and professional services.
And the Joffrey performed Deuce Coupe with total ease here, with the bravura Julianne Kepley as the leading freestyle girl and a pristine Heather Aagard ideal as a counterpointing figure, the little bunhead left out in the 1960s cold.
As grim as this may sound, "City of Men" can be exhilarating to watch, given its bravura sense of filmmaking and its oft-comical depictions of the antics of its precocious protagonists.
Drake uses charcoal in a broad and almost painterly manner, luxuriating in bravura sweeps of the medium in drawings that reach up to fifteen feet across.
Leaving her hospital job and heading to the Barcelona streets where she once turned tricks, Manuela aids and is abetted in return by three women of decidedly different backgrounds: Huma Rojo (Marisa Parades), the diva actress who unwittingly led Esteban to his death; Sister Rosa (Penelope Cruz), a nun who is pregnant by the elusive Lola; and a transgendered whore named Agrado (the irresistible Antonia San Juan [profiled below]), a sweet tart of a cabaret performer who sends our spirits soaring with a bravura monologue about the high cost of cosmetic surgery.