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|A hero is a man who is afraid to run away. —English proverb I end this chapter |
with a way to push the limits of likability, trustworthiness, and enchantment. The
idea is to be a hero. People throw that term around like nickels—applying it to ...
|Proverb, English We are usually the best men when in the worst health. - Proverb|
, English A hero is a man who is afraid to run away. - Proverb, English Hope for
the best, but prepare for the worst. - Proverb, English The calmest husbands ...
|The glory, pride, horror, and cowardice that are associated with war are depicted in a classic account of a young soldier's Civil War experiences.|
|Or, Which Makes the Hero Maria Jane McIntosh ... WeJJ, papa, I think true |
courage is when a man is not afraid of any person, nor of ever so many people,
but will fight them all, just as you ... side ; and when your men would have tried to
get off, you made them stay and fight till the Indians themselves were glad to run
|Each one of those guys will pick up a loaf of bread and a pail of water; then put '|
imself in a cell. They'll leave the ... Jonah gave me the impression he was quoting
the Constitution of the United States when he said: “If they run away, they
become fugitives. ... It's pathetic seeing two grown men afraid of two other grown
|One of the men questioned him assuming he was talking about Drazeryn. ... And |
if he paralyzed you how come you could run away. ... Drazeryn wailed looking
scared as he started to sob on to the man's shirt, trying to seem small and afraid.
|He wanted to go to Tarshish to run away from the Lord. 4But the Lord sent a great |
wind on the sea. This wind made the sea very rough. So the ship was in danger
of breaking apart. 5The sailors were afraid. Each man cried to his own god.
|"David, why did he run away?" "He's afraid of being arrested; that's why, |
Professor," explained our hero. "Don't you remember, he is one of the villainous
fellows who robbed Mr. Wadsworth's jewelry works a year or so ago?" "Oh, yes,
to be sure ...
James MacDougall - 1891 - 311 pages
|But if you see him stand up, let every man of you run away ; for if he will get his |
head raised he will be out in spite of you and kill you." The Landlord consented ...
They got afraid that they would be too late, but they were in good time at the hole.
|Thanks to Maggie Tennyson, Kane Dougherty's son--abducted five years earlier--has finally been found.|