Don Newcombe, the MVP and Cy Young Award winner in Brooklyn, defines swagger as "an air of importance" and "a proudness
For he thinks that the frenzy of anger and proudness
of heart lurk around the breast, and that the source of reason and the conduct of the soul are situated in the upper part of the head, like a guard formed by nature, who keeps an eye out for everything and, like the rider of a chariot, controls the passion and impetuosity of the mind.
Dignity is based on self-other relations of shame and proudness
Mary "fee and John Chinn, two 1970 attendees, observed "'what seems to us Americans to be an over-abundance of propaganda" on the program, attributing it to "the nationalism of the people and the proudness
[sic] they feel as members of the Republic of China.
Board of Education, songs, poems, stories and brilliant illustrations aim to educate youngsters about a few of the significant people and moments that display the proudness
and determination that is characteristics of the black experience in America.
For the first three years after that I used to cringe every time I saw it, but now when I look at that I have a feeling of proudness
because you kinda were that crap at one stage, and with enough determination and hard work and luck look at what you can achieve.