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|“If you live.” The old man shook his head, wearing, for a moment, the same |
touchy, meditating frown of the fretful and ... “Because it's better to die on one's
feet than live on one's knee,” Nately retorted with triumphant and lofty conviction.
|'It is better to die on one's feet that live on one's knees' is no longer bravely |
proclaimed. In an atomic war people neither die on their feet nor live on their
knees. 1993Washington Post 7 March (online) Better to die on your feet than live
on your ...
|This Horatian belief in the honor of dying for one's country may animate such |
simpletons, and model citizens, ... When Nately says “it's better to die on one's
feet than live on one's knee,” the old man again corrects him by answering, “It is
|In effect, petitioner says no more than the disclosure of peer review materials |
makes it more difficult to acquire ... One may uphold the proposition that “It is
better to die on one's feet than to live on one's knees” as generally true, even if
there are ...
|"'6 He responds to Nately's statement, "it's better to die on one's feet than live on |
one's knees," with "It is better to live on one's feet than die on one's knees, "17 His
ultimate answer to Nately's shocked objections bespeaks his pure sur- vivalism: ...
|His view of dying for one's country is similar to the narrator's vision in Chapter 2 of |
all the boys “on every side of the ... And to Nately's belief that “it's better to die on
one's feet than live on one's knee,” the old man retorts, “It is better to live on ...
|The problem is one facing all historians writing Indian history in that the Indians |
left few written records, and what is written about ... when Lt. Nately asked him if
he had ever heard the saying “better to die on one's feet than live on one's knees.
|It's better to be a coward for a minute, than dead for the rest of you life. 17. Better |
a glorious death than a shameful life. 18 Better to die on one's feet, than to live on
one's knees. 19. Better to die standing, than to live kneeling. 20. The first breath ...
|A willingness to sacrifice one's life for one's country is, in the context of a different |
sort of argument, regularly held up as the ... The young American airman is
suitably shocked: 'It's better to die on one's feet than live on one's knees', Nately ...
|It's better to die on one's feet than _ . A. live on one's knees B. living one's knees |
C. on one's knees D. to live on one's knees 26. The part of speech to which a
word belongs is only by its function in the sentence. A. determined B.