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In this sport, the test of team’s mettle extends through that hated and revered 162-game schedule, and the Dodgers won in 2020 with a shortened season.
We both personally know the mettle, pride, and attitude of these young warriors, and they will not back down.
Some Olympic hopefuls have been competing in recent weeks, but many others have been waiting — training alone or with their teammates, itching to start testing their mettle with the Winter Games just around the corner.
With the men’s college basketball season less than a week old, the Maryland Terrapins had yet to face a tricky predicament, a situation that truly tested their mettle and ability.
When the situation worsens, though, and it comes time to evacuate, these machines prove their mettle.
From there on Piegan set a pace that taxed our horses' mettle—that was one consolation—we were well mounted.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The cook, placed upon her mettle, served a delicious repast—a luscious tenderloin broiled a point.
Unfortunate Dabbler, now upon his mettle, declared that "should he ever want satisfaction, his solicitor should get it for him."
They presented a fine picture of eager, determined young manhood, clean and healthy, and full of life and mettle.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
He was burning for a fight, and thought that if he could get down the river he might give the British a taste of his mettle.

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