(1) She is equally sanguine about the trajectory and acceleration of her band's career, although she understands that it's remarkable that they've gotten this far with so little struggle.(2) I was aware that sanguine , like the more processed chalks, can be smeared and stomped to create smooth tones; what I didn't know until reading Moore's article is that the sanguine dust, because it doesn't have the oily binders found in the processed crayons, can be mixed with water to form a kind of ├ö├ç├┐ink├ö├ç├û, and washed on with a brush or even a pen.(3) One should not, however, be sanguine about the prospects for such international behavior modification.(4) Sara was not sanguine about the prospects, for all of Midgarde had been held too long in thrall.(5) While the Spanish government is openly optimistic that the worst has passed, residents and environmentalists were not so sanguine .(6) However, UK operator mmO2 is more sanguine about the prospects for 3G.(7) The Mexican press has been more sanguine about the prospects for the Zapatistas.(8) So if you've got an excess of black bile, you're melancholy; if there's a lot of blood running through you, you're sanguine .(9) He lay sleeping on his king-sized bed, covered under a crimson sheet with the sanguine hat tilted forward onto the bridge of his nose.(10) DESPITE THIS GOOD NEWS, it is hard to be sanguine about manufacturing's prospects over the long haul.(11) Despite the precarious position of the oil market, financial markets remain extraordinarily sanguine in regard to the prospects of another major oil shock.(12) Blood predominated in spring, and a person with a natural excess of blood would have a sanguine physical and psychological humoral constitution, or temperament.(13) Even a sanguine complexion, therefore, did not guarantee rational capacity in a man.(14) This fall, many on Madison Avenue are feeling sanguine about the prospects for TV advertising, the default choice of big marketers.(15) That this in no way reduces his sanguine view of future economic prospects is as unbelievable as it is disconcerting.(16) Those of a sanguine constitution, those weakened by famine or those who indulged in hot baths, excessive exercise, work or sexual indulgence (all of which opened the pores to infection) were particularly vulnerable.
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