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When she finally mustered up the courage to look, she felt frightened and humiliated.
We celebrate them by acting with courage and compassion, by doing what is right and just, for while we honor them today, it is they who every day honor us.
It took up a couple weeks to work up the courage to quit, but I did.
We know that true leadership and courage has been demonstrated by workers speaking up, not by CEOs, and Amazon must listen if Amazon wants to be part of the solution, not the problem.
I really came to understand who Liz was, and she had more courage than most people have in the world.
Shondaland is a place that speaks to creativity, but it also speaks to the current issues and courage to tell stories that are important to tell.
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If only the show had the courage to follow through with such irreverence.
Unhappy with accusations that officials bungled the handling of the outbreak’s early stages and silenced whistle-blowers, the party has sought to rewrite the past year as a tale of decisive courage under strongman President Xi Jinping.
Please God, grant us wisdom, grant us courage, until the poor are lifted, the sick are healed, children are protected, and civil rights and human rights never neglected.
To this day, politics in a place like this can cost you your life, and the ministers had a base in their membership and they had a place, but then they had the vision and the courage and the faith to take it on.

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