His role lent a needed air of gravitas to the medical drama.
C. xliii., "Ubi metus in Deum, ibi gravitas honesta ...
I mean, really, have a little goddam gravitas.
bumblel, as a slightly bumbling stuffy Scot he seems to lack the gravitas that I'd want to see in a leader.
They will be ambitious, driven and have the necessary gravitas to lead a team and demonstrate superb presentation skills.
Find the school that fits you best of all - not the school that has a rank with the most gravitas.
As Jonathon Archer, the captain determined to see his father's dream to fruition, Bakula gave the series gravitas.
SNP leader Alex Salmond congratulated Sir Menzies on his success, saying he would " undoubtedly add gravitas to the Liberal Democrats " .
But, like the others, it sadly lacks the gravitas the book world likes.
The list is endless - they all carry a similar gravitas to curling.
You must also bring the gravitas and entrepreneurial flair required by this position.
Yahoo already has the gravitas of a major player within online search.
The somber black cloth boards and striking silver lettering give the edition gravitas and an appropriately sinister quality.
This role requires an individual with real gravitas; someone who others respect and are happy to follow.
She had the controlled delivery of a singer, a light airiness combined with a certain gravitas.
There is not enough gravitas and gentle but firm certainty.
At 49, Bob Geldof from the TV series is their junior and yet he seems to have more gravitas than any of them.
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