It was an entertaining tale of his buccaneering adventures.
Hence another possibility: to embrace a buccaneering future.
Just imagine if one of their buccaneering commercial friends were in charge!
In that respect, the key performance is that of Courtney Vance as buccaneering Simpson attorney Johnnie Cochran.
When it comes to semi-legal harvesting, I am daring, virtually buccaneering: qualities we novelists usually lack.
The only choice is between a buccaneering, Singapore model, turbo-charged Thatcherite free market hard Brexit; or staying in.
Vladimir Coufal is buccaneering at right-back and his fellow Czech Tomas Soucek is a rampaging wrecking ball of a midfielder.
The buccaneering financial-products unit, whose need for collateral caused the government to intervene in September 2008, is all but shuttered.
Murdoch was, Dimbleby said, “an enigma” with a “risk-taking, buccaneering approach to newsgathering and the use of that power to influence public attitudes”.
The buccaneering oligarchs who em-erged in the 1990s were bright, self-made men who ruthlessly exploited every opportunity offered by the transition economy.
Overhauled as a collection last year, it now has a buccaneering new chronograph model, from £5,710, in which Omega once again draws on its arsenal of fancy materials.
Switzerland, which grew rich as its buccaneering international banks sailed the tides of capital flowing around the world, is now downsizing its global banking ambitions.
A buccaneering American entrepreneur, DeLorean had film star looks, a famous fashion model as a wife and an enormous ego that drove him to rival the giants of the US car industry.
The quandary pits two parts of Britain’s self-image against each other: its role as a buccaneering global entrepôt, and its “golden thread” of political liberty stretching back to Magna Carta.
After a brief period of buccaneering equity capitalism in the 1950s, Colombian firms retreated into the Latin American mould of family conglomerates—or into a dense protective web of cross-shareholdings, as in Medellin.
European colonization by the Spanish, followed by the British, French, and Dutch; ensuing wars; and buccaneering and mercantile adventuring ended in wholesale depopulation of the West Indies of its native Amerindian inhabitants.
Some will argue that large losses in wealth, such as those that have hit the Mittals show the dynamic nature of the Rich List – fortunes are won and lost; buccaneering 'risk-takers' and 'wealth-creators' both rewarded and punished.
The ultimate reason to do that, apart from rekindling the country’s buccaneering yen and tinkering with some autonomous cranes, might have more to do with a concept that keeps popping up in this government’s pronouncement – and actually appears five times in the consultation paper.
One of the many joys of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s much-heralded musical is that it offers us history de-wigged: it’s a rollercoaster of a show in which a bare-headed, largely non-white cast capture the fervour and excitement of revolution while reminding us how much America’s identity was shaped by a buccaneering immigrant, Alexander Hamilton.
He admired her toughness, her lack of sentiment, her buccaneering spirit and her laissez-faire attitude towards her offspring, describing her as "undoubtedly the primary influence on my own life", and singling out her "crystal clear intellect" and her "deep interest in almost everything under the sun" as two of her most admirable qualities.
- hijacking on the high seas or in similar contexts; taking a ship or plane away from the control of those who are legally entitled to it
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He admired her toughness her lack of sentiment her buccaneering spirit and her laissez-faire attitude towards her offspring describing her as undoubtedly the primary influence on my own life and singling out her crystal clear intellect and her deep interest in almost everything under the sun as two of her most admirable qualities