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daredevil

A pilot who takes great or unnecessary risks, as in stunt flying.
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Russ will put on a 30-minute show of daredevilry in a MINI, including donuts, J-turns and two-wheeled driving - don't try this at home.
The fantastic display of mid-air trickery and daredevilry featured the Red Bull X-Fighters Jams.
Four skilled stuntmen will be entertaining fans with their high-flying performances, including gravity-defying tricks, enthralling flips and daredevilry.
Its very name holds an almost magical pull, passed down the generations since the days when braving the Corkscrew was the ultimate in daredevilry, through Nemesis' introduction as the most terrifying experience known to man, to now, when the Smiler - which treats thrill-seekers to a dose of laughing gas - is the latest must-ride ride.
It underlined the need for more safety and caution in a sport where daredevilry is worshipped.
In addition, his daredevilry and brazen disregard for convention, his intelligence, his eye for beauty and determination all mark him out as different from the regular run of crafty and weak-spirited brahmins in Durvasapura.
One problem though, I don't like the music you use," he added, referring to the thumping R&B soundtrack that scored their piston-powered brand of daredevilry.
Continuing with their tradition, the team achieved their latest feats of daredevilry under the leadership of Captain Abhayjit Mehlawat.
Add to it a sprinkling of desi songs, wicked sense of humor, with Chulbul Pandey taking on the antagonist like the vintage hero would -- with fearlessness and daredevilry.
With daredevilry more dazzling and acrobatics more amazing, this edition of The Greatest Show on Earth is guaranteed to transfix audiences of all ages.
Organised a day after Holi, a classic image of contemporary Hola Mohalla is, in other words, executing difficult manoeuvres and daredevilry on horseback.