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a North American Indian warrior

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people who are brave

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face and withstand with courage

possessing or displaying courage

invulnerable to fear or intimidation

brightly colored and showy

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Ms Sturgeon said: "The activities of Scotland's Bravest Manufacturing Company are invaluable.
Ex-Tory MP Bravest feat: She accused Putin of murder and had web spat with motormouth Piers Morgan.
He said Arnie is the bravest fan he has ever met and thanked her for sharing her beautiful soul.
'[You're] the bravest girl [I've] ever met,' the singer said of his fan as he posted a photo of them hugging.
Get ready to witness the bravest battle ever fought on 21st March, 2019," Kumar wrote on Instagram.
They not only save lives but are some of the bravest men and women that Britain has.
Summary: Washington DC [United States], Feb 16 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump on Friday said that he is heading to Florida and will "meet with some of the bravest people."
Hurtfully, Pakistan mourns the loss of one of its bravest daughters who fought for human rights and she will be remembered throughout the journey towards stronger women rights in Pakistan.
When even the bravest would tremble, she raised her vocal chords even in those moments.
"Asma Jahangir was the bravest human being I ever knew.
Family and friends have spoken of their admiration for the popular make-up artist and actress, calling her 'the bravest of the brave' for the way she coped with ill health.
Critique: The unforgettable biography of WWII veteran Don Wedewer as penned by his son Harry Wedewer, The Bravest Guy tells of a man who lost both legs and most of his vision at age 19.
Laura Lascarso; THE BRAVEST THING; Dreamspinner Press (Fiction: Romance) 14.99 ISBN: 9781635336351
In a press statement issued here on Sunday, the PPP Chairman said that Begum Nusrat Bhutto fought valiantly against the worst dictatorship of Pakistan's history and all the party workers stood by her bravest resistance to the dictatorship following the overthrow of elected government of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
He was one of the bravest, finest police officer and always led from the front.