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This hotheadedness often costs him battles against more experienced opponents.
Perhaps a few nights in the Siberian winds will cool down your hotheadedness.
With his hotheadedness, it is more than likely he also got into fights and killed men he never talked about.
Light, and he had been worried over Aram's hotheadedness!
They argue a lot, due to her often controlling but sensible personality, and James' hotheadedness, but soon she is his girlfriend.
He is old-school; his hotheadedness and harsh methods of detective work sometimes gets him in trouble, which his father worries about.
His hotheadedness substituted nicely for courage.
His hotheadedness is cooling.
He would have thought that forty-plus years of starship duty might have mellowed his old friend's youthful hotheadedness.
The application of reason does not get far before it is trumped by hotheadedness, stupidity, self-serving dishonesty, rigidity and ideology.
It's unfortunate, because while I personally dislike Admiral Pierre, he actually is a very competent officer, despite a certain hotheadedness and arrogance.
Paul's hotheadedness lands them both in trouble when during a tense sexual discussion, he impulsively bares his genitals and is arrested for indecent exposure.
Though his hotheadedness is sometimes to his detriment, he is amongst the bravest and strongest of the Mouse Guard.
Orbus always brought out the worst in him: his obstinacy, his hotheadedness, his blustering streak.
Mr. Ornstein, 49, will not hazard a guess as to his current level of hotheadedness, but some in the airline business say he still rates double-digits.
Microsoft's board (possibly including Gates himself) previously quashed talk of promoting Ballmer to chief executive; it had concerns about the sales chief's hotheadedness.
Both sides consist of a majority of decent men, but the histrionic hotheadedness of the few seems incurable and will be eliminated only by their omission.
Antwone, a troubled young African-American sailor, draws and writes poetry, but his streak of hotheadedness threatens to get him bounced out of the service.
Yet we still must wonder at this coach's hotheadedness and self-absorption and at other of his values, which often don't include civility, sensitivity and a stable perspective.
No one can accuse me of youth, inexperience, hotheadedness, a desire to woo the crowds, or any of the usual reasons a man might want the tribunate of the plebs."
Contrarily, what is referred to as Orgon's son's "display of hotheadedness" becomes, in William Richert's carryings-on, so loony that it's out of synch with the play and the production.
"We feel the hotheadedness and temper we've seen in the streets is over and we're now starting constructively to see that it doesn't happen again," said Lee Tofanelli, a spokesman for the Mayor.
Gwathmey, who may be architecture's most perplexing combination of hotheadedness and gentleness, has been known to explode at clients, to write them angry letters and to resist to the end unwanted changes in his designs.
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