Michel Ney

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French marshal in the Napoleonic Wars (1769-1815)

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The bravest of the brave, he died as he lived, leading from the front in the face of the enemy.
Bravest of the brave I hope the overpaid footballers who fall over when ever anyone comes within ten yards of them were watching the racing from Cheltenham.
This evening has given us the opportunity to meet the best of the best, the bravest of the brave,' the Prince told the 400-strong crowd.
Alan Shepard was the bravest of the brave and his flight ushered in America's space age," said Professor Arthur Cohen.
HAVING regarded Adrian Maguire as the bravest of the brave during his days in the saddle, I always felt it was a pity that his career was not crowned by a Grand National triumph.
Over the past century it has gone only to the bravest of the brave, with fewer than 1,000 recipients out of the millions of Americans who've served in uniform during that time.
The bravest of the brave have been taking part in the cliff diving world series contest in Italy.
They made us the bravest of the brave, then they made us the poorest of the poor.
She called Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who she had met earlier, a "brave man who has made today a brave decision on behalf of the bravest of the brave.
The "Uncommon Airmen"--out there working with the Army in battlefield situations--are truly the bravest of the brave.
John Glanfield send me a draft copy of the Bravest of the Brave and I was pleased to make several suggestions that he accepted.
Although more than 3,400 Medals of Honor have been awarded since then, they are bestowed only to the bravest of the brave, and that valor must be well-documented.
They are the bravest of the brave, each and every one of them.
An elite group of warriors, the Dogs wore their feathered hats depicting their status as the bravest of the brave, men who pinned their sashes to the earth and stood their ground in battle, even to the death.
He's the bravest of the brave, and that's what I really want to say more than anything.