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having or showing valor

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I tell thee,'' answered De Bracy, ``that it will be the work of a few hours, and I shall be at York at the head of my daring and valorous fellows, as ready to support any bold design as thy policy can be to form one.
He had dragged himself away to the office, barricaded himself in, and sunk upon the floor in a gin-soaked nightmare, wherein he died a thousand deaths while the valorous fight went on around him.
Of late did I see them run forth at early morn with valorous steps: but the feet of their knowledge became weary, and now do they malign even their morning valour!
Stepping lightly, and continually glancing at her husband, showing him a valorous and sympathetic face, Kitty went into the sick-room, and, turning without haste, noiselessly closed the door.
We felt the euphoria of that valorous victory over England, we endured the agony of two monumental matches that went to the wire against Australia and South Africa.
His valorous actions are deserving of our 2015 July Officer of the Month Award.
Following his valorous actions during The Battle of Scarpe in August 1918, Sgt Pegahmagabow received his second bar.
A valorous Volk family: The nation, the military, and the gender order in Prussia in the time of the anti-Napoleonic Wars, 1806-15.
For his valorous actions as a forward observer with the 2d Chemical Mortar Battalion in Korea from 1950 to 1951, First Lieutenant Barr earned two Silver Star Medals and a Bronze Star Medal, making him the most decorated Chemical Corps veteran of the Korean War.
A Heritage Walk of the palace that tells the tale of the royal dynasty of Mewar, of valorous rulers like Maharana Pratap.
The most valorous of them were the fiercely independent folk in and around Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, in the mountains of south-central France.
Hemingway on Courage" finds Hays reviewing bravery in Hemingway's works; he surprisingly claims: "Hemingway is not monolithic about valorous acts .
Oldham, Malaysia: Nature's Wonderland (Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham, 1907), 7; Mary Isham, Valorous Ventures: A Record of Sixty and Six Years of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church (Boston: n.
An elaboration of an earlier history by the same authors (and Nancy Keeling, who is listed in the acknowledgments of this work as a reviewer), We Served with Honor assembles the recollections of a wide range of airmen and others, across all ranks, on the history and accomplishments of this valorous unit.
You are free to follow valorous dreams and go down fighting, but you are not free to foist them on your people whom you are sworn to protect, a responsibility they have given you in trust.