courageousness


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Numerous anecdotal stories provide insight into the ingenuity, courageousness, and selfless dedication demanded by, and showcased within, the U.S.
217) Courageousness acts in accordance with other--often more fundamental--intellectual virtues.
Wali of Khartoum State, Dr Abdul-Rahman Al-Khidir described the celebrations as attempt to recall the history for building the future for, he explained, the battle of liberation of Khartoum reflected the bravery and courageousness of the Sudanese people.
"History will record the numerous achievements of the deceased to defend Arabism and Islam with honor, justice, pride and courageousness," read the Egyptian statement.
Some enlisted soldiers believed that the personal qualities that made them valuable members of the community, such as moral purity and innate courageousness, predicted success on the battlefield more than military training did (Linderman 83-87).
The committee's narrative of exploration, courageousness, selflessness and lawfulness, was inconsistent to both later histories and the memories of the Gippsland explorers.
The lion has historically symbolised courageousness, elegance and leadership.
Future studies might consider assessing with actually engaged student constructs besides hope, such as empathy, courageousness, and respect for disenfranchised groups.
His courageousness has prompted Mubarak to answer a question about ElBaradei while visiting Berlin for talks with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the 3 of April 2010.
"Besides courageousness, bravery and persistence; Afghans have proven that they are against the Taliban and those who wish to come to power through violence".
42); Schafer "points us towards what should be our prime concerns in music education: aural acuity, adventurousness and courageousness" (Paynter, 1991, p.
Somehow, we've got to show that shared sacrifice, caring for our fellow citizens and having the will to live (and die) without fear is what really takes guts (to borrow a macho phrase) and is what courageousness is all about.
Courageousness on the face of deadly enemy assault merits equal consideration and the declaration of 'martyrdom' is but a noble way to respect and honour the fallen heroes.
The head of the Jewish Council in the Lodz ghetto is a scoundrel and a despot; other Jews in the ghetto are almost saintly in their courageousness.
What once was tranquility and apathy, today is activity and concerted effort; what once was submission and weakness, is now patriotism and courageousness ...It seems that a new Messiah has spoken in the ear of our jibaro the magic words surge et ambula (rise and move forward) and to the enchantment of that solemn order he shakes off the traditionalism that weighs on his conscience, like an immense lead slab, and presents himself to America as a new man capable of all sacrifices and renunciations.