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1(actions)actos heroicos masculinedon't try any heroics — no intentes hacer ninguna heroicidad
- Thus, we get both the boiling guitar heroics and songs that bristle to the point of bluntness.
- Perrin performed heroics to pluck it away from the top corner.
- The film lacks sentimentality or heroics, and that makes Pollock as strong as its subject matter.
- In ways, the music is very Bachian but there is also a touch of Haydnian heroics that makes the music very approachable.
- Suddenly, before I could perform any heroics, I was grabbed forcibly from behind.
- The stories of heroics performed in war zones to get the story home to breakfast tables will only sound more resounding in the weeks ahead.
- In the circumstances both matches reached a remarkably high standard with all four players performing heroics as they produced high class tennis.
- I could envision him performing the heroics described in the article.
- This is more a symphony in which the piano takes a leading role, rather than an opportunity for individual heroics or display.
- But it came down to last-second heroics and breathless moments provided by the rarest of talents.
- It is an ‘ordinary’ girl, not a magic man, who performs the real heroics.
- You won't be performing such indoor heroics this time around.
- He captures with equal panache the drag-queenish vanity of Amalfi and the witty heroics of Count Sirocco.
- Otua had been greatly surprised as she watched Queen Chelsea's heroics.
- But time for late heroics is growing short.
- Woolfolk says poise and comeback heroics are nothing new for McNair.
- Other sets may highlight his humor heroics, but the majority of the material here is below average and borderline dull.
- Despite regional variations Biedermeier style is therefore staid, sober, and particular, eschewing heroics and drama.
- Directors have shied away from making gory movies of this genre assuming that audiences find heroics in historical garb unexciting.
- One again there was a bumper crowd at Cougar Park with an attendance of 252 people urging the team to continue their cup heroics.
2(speech)lenguaje melodramático masculine
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