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Were it not for the bravery and commitment of trial participants, this historic moment would not be happening.
On Twitter, many marveled at the footage, praising Wilbanks for his quick thinking and bravery.
Meeting at the confluence of bravery and fear, Butler imbues her plucky protagonist with stark vulnerability.
It was so spontaneous, and it was so honest, and it was in the moment – and yet, within that, I get to look at those that came before me, in one way or another, and I get to see how their bravery allows me to be brave, too.
In connecting with people in new ways, Cisco leaders were challenged to blend bravery with humility.
But the strength of his arm, and the bravery of his heart could not have defended him long against their determined attack.
Your indomitable bravery will suffice to frustrate the attempt to carry out their plans.
There was no doubting their bravery, of which they had given ample proof; they had simply reached the limit of physical endurance.
Pultusk and Eylau bore witness to his bravery and address on the battlefield, and Napoleon began to relent.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Organisation was his strong point, but he also possessed great physical bravery and many of the qualities of a commander.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON

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