daredevil

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daredevil

A pilot who takes great or unnecessary risks, as in stunt flying.
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But there's more than just daredevilry behind the unusual angles for his photographs.
WELCOME to Govindnagar and Harthala localities on the outskirts of Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad district, where the daredevilry of children will remind you of a particular scene from Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Bhg Milkha Bhg .
The visitors enjoyed the daredevilry, with personnel jumping from aircrafts at an altitude of 8,000 feet being the highlight of the show.
All eyes will be on the rider once again as he brings his unique brand of motorcycle daredevilry to London.
The Circus of Horrors presented a stupendous spectacle of skill, daredevilry, determination, tastelessness, sheer stupidity and rock 'n' roll.
Featuring more daredevilry in its 108 minutes than a mountain side packed with Eddie `the Eagle' Edwards clones, the action doesn't let up for one minute - and that's why we love this film.
Frank Williams and his partner Patrick Head love a charger in the Nigel Mansell mould and they covet fast Eddie's daredevilry and fearless ability to barge through the narrowest of gaps.
THE thin line between daredevilry and foolhardiness cost a young man his life this weekend.
David Jones, 44, from Crawley will take a shot at the risky daredevilry in Johannesburg from April 24.
So will the Police Academy Stunt Show, where academy cadets amaze you with daredevilry and slapstick action.
Deepika is said to have refused to use a body double for the film, which will see engage in daredevilry.
Not only that, the dead-broke youngster was subsidising his two-wheel daredevilry as a motorcycle courier.