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Andy Dalton has worked with Old Spice and Pepsi, two known for being unafraid to be edgy with their marketing.
All night long, Warren and all the others thanked their old coach for symbolically teaching them how to dance and take a chance; how to be unafraid of doing it differently than everybody else.
Teonic is unafraid of using sophomore quarterbacks, and could do so again with Marc Narvaez leading an inexperienced roster.
Chelsea Alden as Mackenzie: Cyrus’ sister, an artsy, witty type unafraid to speak her mind.
With Cubs manager Joe Maddon unafraid to move players around, the possibility of Schwarber getting an occasional start there seemed reasonable.
A kitten, about to be drowned by a group of soldiers, bares her fangs, unafraid to take on the Indian army.
The Public has long protected its role as incubator of provocative and challenging works, unafraid to mount plays that comment on current events or update Shakespearian plays to explore modern themes.
Titan Comics has released a trailer for its upcoming Robotech comic book series, teasing a continuation of the beloved 1980s animated series that is unafraid to challenge fans' memories of what came before.
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