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Finn called out to him to go away, and as he persisted in coming nearer, she hit him courageously with her umbrella over the head and, without once looking back, ran like the wind with the perambulator as far as the first house in the village.
Then courageously raising her eyes and looking out of the window, "if I'm not playing cribbage with my uncle.
In a truly scary face-off, David acted courageously as he confronted a sneering, foul-mouthed giant named Goliath (1 Samuel 17:32).
Recently, Rabbi Itamar and his wife Miriam spoke about the possibility that one of them would be killed for the sanctification of God's name, and agreed that they were prepared to courageously rise to this challenge
LAHORE -- Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif vows to face the cases courageously.
The need is to fight courageously on the issue with India, he said urging media to play its role in the campaign.
ISLAMABAD -- Special Assistant to Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Miftah Ismail on Friday said Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi courageously and comprehensively highlighted Kashmir and Afghanistan issues in United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
Kabul/Islamabad -- The US Commander in Afghanistan General John Nicholson has acknowledged that Pakistan security forces fought courageously against terrorists inside their country.
Advisor Saleh Isa Bin Hindi expressed sincere condolences to the UAE Ambassador over the martyrdom of a number of brave Emirati soldiers in the line of duty while courageously performing their sacred national duty alongside the Saudi-led Arab coalition in defending the legitimacy in Yemen.
We are moving forward courageously for new journalistic stunts.
She said that victims and activists in Sri Lanka had striven courageously for accountability and justice.
Ms Seeley said: "I want to take this opportunity to publicly send a message of gratitude to those I want pupils of the Boys' Model School in North Belfast who have courageously offered me their full support.
Their efforts have courageously withstood the virus of retrenchment by the Vatican, collectively discarding, as Pendergast put it, "false obedience to unjust ecclesiastical regulations.
Mold, aged 84 years, after a long illness courageously fought.
For 48 years he has never spoken of his horrifying ordeal, but today he told how he spent his childhood at the mercy of his foster brother He courageously waived his right to anonymity after Snowball, of Constable Close, Stanley, was handed a four-year prison sentence.
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