A man of God of all people was reported to have shamefully attacked women in three of Ghana's prominent ethnic groups - Ashantis, Fantes and Ewes - foolhardily
, describing them as unsuitable for marriage!
Somewhat notorious as a war correspondent, she was one of the most intrepid among this special group of international journalists who go bravely, if sometimes foolhardily
, from war to war.
The key to deferring things successfully is to have a good excuse at hand in case a matter unexpectedly does not fix itself but foolhardily
persists and keeps staring in your face.
The letters begin in the 60s where Charlie's brattish ineptitude starts when he fails to knuckledown at Eton, and continues foolhardily
into the 70s as he flunks an Army career.
1993) (rejecting the BIA's reasoning that, since the applicant gave a non-political excuse for not assisting her alleged persecutors, she necessarily was not persecuted on account of her political opinion because (1) it would be absurd to require asylum applicants to "foolhardily
court death by informed armed guerrillas to their faces that she detests them or their actions or their ideologies," and (2) it is wrong to assume that the persecutors believed the applicant's proffered non-political reason for her refusal to comply with their demands).
It has foolhardily
managed to instill fear in everyone, thus limiting its opportunities for alliances and making itself vulnerable to popular backlash.
, it behaves like a monopoly, even when it is not, and it has priced itself out of much of the European market.
Jonathan Walker, defending, said Sheraton was not inherently violent but reacted foolhardily
to traumatic news.