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Aaron Baddeley is a worthy favourite after his great duel with Ernie Els in the Hawaiian Open but has yet to achieve the consistency to match his brashness.
It has none of the brashness and hustle-bustle of, say, Le Monde but its food is just as good and every bit as distinctive.
As the archetypal bad boy of a generation that defined itself through its unmitigated brashness (Julian Schnabel and Jean-Michel Basquiat are as much his contemporaries as Barbara Kruger and Sherrie Levine), Salle has become an inviting target for those who, appalled by the decade's distinctive fusion of greed and egotism, wish the '80s had never happened.
That kind of brashness didn't advance his cause with Cohen, who is not eager to test his credibility with the Pentagon.
They are altogether quieter and more reflective than the unrelenting blazing brashness given to the Australian Bush.
This is everything you'd want from a young writer: brashness and fearlessness lit by a spark of language that's quickly growing into a wildfire.
A source said: "Her son loves the fun and brashness of Benidorm, but his mum is a totally different person.
BRITNEY Spears certainly had the brashness and confidence to carry on despite the fact it turned out she was merely miming her song in front of the XFactor audience on Saturday.
Melissa, 25, now a singing teacher in St Albans, said: "He is a genuinely caring person and brashness is a big front to hide his insecurities.
DeMeo leans a bit over-hard on Jennifer's know-it-all brashness and, later, her desperation.
Her delivery swung from in-your-face brashness to dreamy wonderment, stepping back from the score sometimes to stand amidst the percussionists, later swaggering around with hands in pockets, and all the time captivating the audience with wonderfully expressive eyes.
They are very, very young and sometimes with youth there's a brashness about them and they don't worry about what can happen, they just go out and play.