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And, though it was a shock, there was only one thing I thought of and that was what a little Spartan my sister was.
Spartan Rhea was from Missouri, and belonged to a family intensely Southern in their convictions.
With a Spartan-like resolve she at last put every letter and keepsake into the sacrificial flames.
THE WHITE SHIELDMYRTLE REED
The Spartan boy did not even make a grimace when the wolf bit him beneath his frock, and these were all Spartan boys.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
That was not the true Gordon, but rather the grafting of a new character on the original stem of Spartan simplicity and heroism.
THE LIFE OF GORDON, VOLUME IDEMETRIUS CHARLES BOULGER
“He is fancying himself a Spartan hero, and looking forward to laurels and history,” one of his neighbours remarked.
Adieu, my noble young Brothers; so brave, so modest, no Spartan nor no Roman more; may the silence be blessed to you!
Korolenko remembers well this Spartan-like education, which inured him to the severity of the seasons.
With Spartan firmness I turned a deaf ear to the persuasive music of the propagandist, and entered where hope is all before.

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