His sangfroid with regards to the regeneration of the forest was appealing to lumber company officials, who were interested in regeneration but not in large monetary investments on such an extremely long-term proposition.
Some looked lovingly at their own canvases, others noted with sangfroid the disaster below, letting a drop of inspiration fall from a cauldron or the light of apotheosis beam down from a flashlight.
I did not, I am sorry to say, demonstrate the same sangfroid .
Offering the most welcoming stage for the talented, the city with equal sangfroid accepts the misery of millions who fail to flourish.
Noticeable and interesting trouble arises when the admitted depression of the loser is occupied with the wary sangfroid normal to one who takes back by pride or turned wit a synthetic freedom which had been confiscated by ‘consensus’.
Necessity made us philosophers, and we were obliged to show as much sangfroid on the subject as himself; for it was impossible to turn away without our prudery's exciting more attention than would have been pleasant.
Napoleon once stated, ‘He who is full of courage and sangfroid before an enemy battery sometimes trembles before a skirt.’
She found it hard to share her son's sangfroid .
His burgeoning running power and growing sangfroid when presented with openings which his fizzing forwards have engineered have allowed him to ratchet up his game several notches over the past six months.
It is the most dazzling display of agility and sangfroid I have ever seen.