Sentences with word «arrogance»

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May your arrogance not be your downfall.
ENVIRONMENT
Tom, hubris and arrogance are not virtues.
ENVIRONMENT
There is an arrogance that lingers in business and possibly in our culture at large — the self-congratulations for running on a lack of sleep.
BUSINESS
I would suggest you're wasting your money by making an appointment to interview with an agent unless you drop your arrogance and study up on how publishing works!
BOOKS
Directed by Tom McGrath («Madagascar»), «Megamind» is a fanciful, colorful exposition of character: from Megamind's am-I-blue concern to Metro Man's puffed-up poses to the rookie arrogance of a newbie super-hero named Tighten.
MOVIES & TV
It's important that you balance your confidence with company need in such a way that there's no way your manner can be interpreted as arrogance.
JOBS
First and foremost, it is a highly charged but straightforward story about a young stockcar racer (Jeff Bridges) riding skill, arrogance, and need into the big money.
MOVIES & TV
We have seen this arrogance and bravado in face of quality issues before.
BOOKS
He possesses no measurable talent, his arrogance rivals even that of his father and he seems to relish in his fame..
MOVIES & TV
This is not a «feel good» story, but one that is about arrogance, ambition and betrayal.
BOOKS
Given this as background, I have to say that in the three years I've been reading this blog, this quote from Gavin over at RC, repeated here once again, takes the prize as the absolute pinnacle of arrogance:
ENVIRONMENT
Then, as a self - preservation tactic, you need to let your pretence of arrogance grow as big as a Dinosaur, so that the fake intellectuals start to realize their true inferiority in front of you.
BOOKS
«They had the arrogance to change the rules at a whim to keep us out and put out of business the few of us who wanted to operate.»
REAL_ESTATE
Oh right, your own stupidity and arrogance... you're probably waiting for Nintendo to fellate you with money before actually going ahead with either of these.
GAMING
I've always said she goes from arrogance to panic with nothing in between.»
SPORTS
I've been struck by the arrogance of the Muller quotes I've seen in the press (initially I thought they might have been taken out of context).
ENVIRONMENT
«Usually the industry comes into that dialogue with a high degree of arrogance as we know how to make cars.
AUTOMOBILES
In the courtroom, arrogance is deadly.
LAW
Not to be confused with arrogance, confidence is the quiet strength that comes from understanding your worth and ability.
JOBS
He persuasively emulates the impudence, arrogance, charm, and single-mindedness of the French entertainer and acrobat.
MOVIES & TV
Denying that fact in your arrogance simply perpetuates the problem.
RELIGION
It should go without saying that these crimes are an utter perversion of Catholicism - but unfortunately it has to be said, because the hierarchical structures of the Church made it easy to conceal them, and religious arrogance and paranoia persuaded the authorities that they should be concealed.»
RELIGION
from the property manager perspective, the biggest expense has been arrogance (vacancy).
REAL_ESTATE
As Barr and others describe it, that mind-set is nothing more than sheer arrogance — the dogma that «we have all the answers which we must disseminate.»
RELIGION
When the team finally manages to capture Klaue, they head with CIA Agent Ross (played with posh arrogance by Martin Freeman) to CIA headquarters, where the black-market vendor will be questioned.
MOVIES & TV
Personal attacks become the norm because they conclude that it must be arrogance, or pride, or selfishness in my life as these are the only reasons one has for rejecting scripture.
RELIGION
When their atypical emotional and social behaviors come into play at school, these issues are usually not recognized as a characteristic of giftedness — these behaviors are usually wrongly labeled behavior problems, displays of disrespect or arrogance.
EDUCATION
Garai plays class-conscious arrogance with a dash of modern girl and a lot of confident flirtatiousness, but doesn't have the spunk or the snappy spark of intelligence of many previous Emmas (including Alicia Silverstone in Clueless).
MOVIES & TV
It's a risky move that will prove to be an act of genius or arrogance.
BUSINESS
As more and more information comes out about Labour's last five years, let alone the shambolic campaign (thank you Mr Wintour) it does raise the question: if that is how staggeringly incompetent they are at running their party how on earth do they have the sheer arrogance to put themselves forward to run the country?
POLITICS
Even the obscenely magnificent 16th - and 17th-century mansions have a stony clarity — the cold, hard arrogance of wealth.
MOVIES & TV
The movement and combat are smooth and precise but punish arrogance and greedy play with a quick death.
GAMING
What price did they pay for their arrogance?
MONEY
A wonderful combination of abject ignorance and unchecked arrogance, with a dash of terrible grammar.
BOOKS
But from time to time, they drop their guard and their true opinions, philosophies, arrogance and ignorance come shining through loud and clear.
EDUCATION
That was one of the many reasons the youth in the North still do not accept Bawumia as one of their own because Nana Akufo-Addo has injected him with the arrogance substance of those so called first class citizens of Ghana», he alleged
POLITICS
This is more than confidence, different than «practiced» statements of your accomplishments — it's an arrogance sometimes revealed in the superlatives of resumes or interview responses.
JOBS
We're talking about the Talebian «epistemic arrogance» that I refer to obliquely in the post.
MONEY
«We may never know what got the secretary of state into this crisis, whether it was arrogance, naivety or hubris,» he says.
POLITICS
Culture I recently read Jonathan Price's «Culture by Subtraction» (February) and thoroughly enjoyed it — not least because it grants the rather respectable name of «cultural habit» to what has so far been called my countrymen's «arrogance»!
RELIGION
If there was a god, you would have to conclude that he was punishing Australians for their arrogance and for damaging his creation.
ENVIRONMENT
Under Ferdinand Piëch and his successors, the company was run like an empire, with overwhelming control vested in a few hands, marked by a high-octane mix of ambition and arrogance — and micromanagement — all set against a volatile backdrop of epic family power plays, liaisons, and blood feuds.
BUSINESS
Which would tend to make one like Carr, except I don't know very many Bostonians who can stand him (his arrogance and intolerance for everyone and everything shine through every one of his Boston Herald columns), but that's a whole other story.
BOOKS
Whether you're seeking a position lower or higher on the totem pole, always keep your arrogance in check, be prepared well ahead of time, and be honest about what you want.
BUSINESS
It allows Crowe to in fact exemplify the worst parts of Richard Burton: the arrogance, the blather and the solipsism.
MOVIES & TV
Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi, a policy adviser to Mr Cameron, said the PM's response came from honesty rather than arrogance.
POLITICS
Leaving Alexis out is another proof of this man arrogance and senility, bet my pension that if Arsenal offers 300k (will never happen) to Alexis he will still not stay not while this fool is still in command....
SPORTS
That climate professionals appear disdainful of doing a proper audit of existing stations, exhibits an arrogance that diminishes them.
ENVIRONMENT
Han's arrogance is vegan zealotry I was once guilty of myself.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Needless to say, I didn't read them, but the arrogance of the assumption that the average newspaper reader might be interested in such trivia about schools most could never hope to send their kids to got right up my nose.
EDUCATION
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