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daredevil

A pilot who takes great or unnecessary risks, as in stunt flying.
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As the Nation pointed out on Wednesday, most human beings the world over would condemn your action as "foolishness or daredevilry".
Caption: We witness how, in a dance of euphoric daredevilry, the men of Tultepec frolic dangerously within the range of the shooting sparks.
At some point the friends decided to slide down the escalator and Andrews was the first one to display daredevilry.
Even the natural calamities one talks of today are consequences of man's daredevilry and antics in attempting to seek mastery over nature.
IANS Bengaluru In a spectacular display of daredevilry, 58 men of the Indian Army set a world record on Sunday by riding a single motorcycle at the IAF base in the city's northern outskirts, official sources said.
It was Pandya's Champions Trophy daredevilry in June that had launched the comparison campaign in India.
Cruise's USP these days is his daredevilry on screen.
Shin, M.D., to duty that day--an odd mix of despondence and daredevilry, tinged with just the slightest bit of angst.
Besides the fun-filled daredevilry, the experience, available at Skydive Dubai, also provides a bird's eye view of Palm Jumeirah.
Man of the match Andre Russell and Hogg, three wickets apiece, ran riot among Delhi batsmen, whose daredevilry led to their downfall.
Monster Jam features world-class drivers such as Grave Digger and Max-D, all of whom compete in both the racing and freestyle competitions, combining high-octane, spontaneous entertainment with the ultimate off-road daredevilry - jaw-dropping displays that frequently leave its spectators on the edge of their seats.