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extraordinarily courageous

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Lionhearted Lawmen o f Old California" looks at the history surrounding old California as America first started to claim the state as its own territory.
Sam Webb produced a lionhearted display to beat Anthony Small on a majority points decision to claim the British light middleweight title.
It's reassuring to know the lionhearted Dunne will be playing in claret and blue.
A lionhearted effort from Chris English saw him score four goals in Woolton Wanderers' 9-1 under-15s win over Warner Wanderers, where Peter Woods also hit two.
Words such as Lionhearted, Kismet, Sui Generis, and Nefarious never have sounded--or looked--so good.
Lionhearted Persepolis did a great job last season and has the potential to do it once again.
JAMIE Peacock turned in a lionhearted display to dash Wigan's hopes of moving closer to a 29th Challenge Cup final appearance.
My friend Senator Ted Kennedy is a lionhearted champion for our nation's children.
Mansell is still feted for his lionhearted victory at Silverstone in 1987 and again in his title-winning year of 1992 and he believes that Hamilton can draw strength from tomorrow's sell-out crowd.
If we listen carefully, we can hear Richard the Lionhearted rolling in his grave.
You've been injured from the inside not as soldier but as poet dying from living lionhearted in a flawed Zion singing its soul and flesh in the fresh language of appetite.
Falcon-bridge, reportedly the bastard son of Richard the Lionhearted, pulls King John's chestnuts out of the fire time after time.
Dunlop had earlier saddled Vision of Night to upset 4-6 favourite Lionhearted in the Olympian-Sun Life of Canada Conditions Stakes.
Connery's roles over the past two decades range from a cameo as Richard the Lionhearted in "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" to his Academy Award-winning performance as an Irish cop in "The Untouchables.