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The meaning of "Flamboyance" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does diplomatic flamboyance mean?
A: "Diplomatic" is mostly used to mean carefully said in a way not to insult or make someone angry. "Flamboyance" is a type of highly stylish behaviour. Together they make a very unusual combination, but if we were talking about a crazy millionaire who acted oddly and was careful not to anger anyone... it would be okay.

Synonyms of "Flamboyance" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between From flamboyance to sublimity, from staggering athleticism to icy artistry, figure skating truly has them all. and From flamboyance to sublimity, from staggering athleticism to icy artistry, figure skating truly has it all. ?
A:

in the 1st one when you say "has them all" you are referring to all the qualities you already mentioned (flamboyance, sublimity,...)

but in the 2nd one when you say "has it all " it is a fixed expression meaning " has everything ", "does not lack anything"

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Q: From flamboyance to sublimity, from staggering athleticism to icy artistry, figure skating truly has them all. does this sound natural?
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