How To Use Brave In A Sentence

  • The heroic deeds of this brave and noble Irishman have brought honour and glory to his native land.
  • The new film just seems to be skirting round things; it hasn't been brave enough.
  • This day wilt thou either bring back in triumph the gory head and spoils of Aeneas, and we will avenge Lausus 'agonies; or if no force opens a way, thou wilt die with me: for I deem not, bravest, thou wilt deign to bear an alien rule and a Teucrian lord.' The Aeneid of Virgil
  • If you're brave to say 'goodbye,' life will reward you with a 'hello.'. Paulo Coelho 
  • I put on my thick coat ready to brave the elements.
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  • We have to make a definite move to cross over the boundary from cowardice to bravery.
  • Please let's change and be people with brave hearts and forget all about violence against any particular sex in this independent country.
  • The Norwegian's header across goal seemed to leave Arveladze with an unmissable chance, but Culkin made a brave stop and was extremely unlucky that the rebound fell to Reyna, who scored from six yards.
  • His brave words are merely a pose.
  • The judge praised the firefighters for their bravery and devotion to duty.
  • These brave soldiers will be maintained in self-contained biospheres, like giant lizards from another star, which given the moral status of their behavior, they might as well be.
  • However, his brave deed and the actions of his colleagues is now likely to be recognised both by the Garda authorities and the Irish Safety Council.
  • Small boys waved their hands to us, the water-carrier carrying his tight goat-skin from the wells set his cups a-tinkling, as though by way of a God-speed, and then M'Barak touched his horse with the spur to induce the bravery of a caracole, and led us away from Djedida. Morocco
  • They had managed to brave the strong winds and to make the short journey down Main Street on foot.
  • The captain, having lost two brave fellows of his troop, was afraid of diminishing it too much by pursuing this plan to get information of the residence of their plunderer.
  • I will not be there with a £180 ticket to be biffed into kingdom come by some insane person on the end of a weighted rope - or falling off it - but good luck to those who come to brave the 2 chords of U2 at warp volume and other truffles of this cultural feast. Bono and The Edge defend Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
  • Test cricket can examine bravery, it can expose technical frailties, and it can take players into new territory. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our brave front withstood unshrinkingly the heavy fire of rifles and cannon concentrated upon it.
  • Why, I wonder, don't these novels ever depict a brave new world that's learned its lesson, one that's loving and gentle instead of harsh and brutal?
  • While SocGen management has called Kerviel a trader "without genius" who was "acting alone," French bloggers are touting his "lucidity" and bravery for standing up to a system that "brings up its shady dealings only when they are unfavorable to them. France’s New Anti-Hero
  • How can our brave Bible-bashing warlords keep spinning tales of freedom & reconstruction, while presiding over scenes of torture and slaughter? TURNING UP THE HEAT
  • It is said that only the animal of intelligence, braveness would commIt'suicide.
  • Just then Edward handed Doctor Instow a goodly rasher of broiled ham, upon which was a perfectly poached egg; and directly after the man came round behind Jack, and quietly placed before him, with a whisper of warning that the plate was very hot, another rasher of ham, and at the first sight of it the lad began to shrink, but at the second glance, consequent upon a brave desire not to show his repugnance, he saw that it was a different kind of rasher to the doctor's, and that there was no egg. Jack at Sea All Work and no Play made him a Dull Boy
  • Arthur announced, 'You are indeed brave, sir knight, but the fight is mine!'.
  • She defended herself bravely with her sword.
  • He knew that something was wrong and never stopped to think about the dangers involved and that demonstrates what a brave man he was.
  • The Marine Corps is usually conservative in distributing medals, but the battles of March and April here are certain to bring a significant number of citations for bravery, officials said.
  • Brave as he is, trembles at the sight of a snake.
  • She was brave, but she was also intractable, when she set her mind on something.
  • Our brave boys in the SAS were training the Khymer Rouge landmining techniques up into the 1990's. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • The stadium reverberated with claps as brave Marathas displayed their skills in the sport, where the men showcased their acrobatics on poles.
  • She was the first sniffer dog to be killed in the conflict and was commended for bravery. The Sun
  • Every four years, our brave lads and lasses tend to venture to foreign slopes with faint expectations, which will be duly fulfilled, as they wind up racing to a plucky 32nd in the giant slalom or 29th in the luge.
  • Bravery also requires recognizing when standing up to these threats is reasonable and appropriate, and it requires acting on one's recognition.
  • New York made it to the National League Championship Series as a Wild Card team last October, losing a cliffhanger series to the Atlanta Braves.
  • No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate, who regards pleasure as the highest good. 
  • If they continue in this vein it will be a brave man who bets against them winning a fourth successive title.
  • He reached high rank and for bravery was made a Hero of the Soviet Union.
  • But Richmond had sent forth to battle her best beloved, and, alas! many were the "unreturning braves. Memories A Record of Personal Experience and Adventure During Four Years of War
  • Sailing the Atlantic in such a tiny boat wasn't so much brave as foolhardy.
  • Yet because we yearn to be seen as bold, brave and courageous, we'll take stupid risks to prove our worth.
  • When the war ended, they were awarded the George Cross for bravery.
  • I saw it over and over again, blooming bravely in dooryard gardens despite the sizzling heat on the rough, wind-swept prairies.
  • When I arrived, I was standing outside a normal brick house, there were no witches passing by or broomsticks parked in the garden, so I felt brave enough to knock on the door, the door was answered by a lady not much older than me, I was in shock!
  • They believe they hold in their hands the beginnings of a brave new world of cruelty-free meat.
  • Having thus escaped the danger, the Romans threw their sentinel down the rock; while on Manlius they conferred by vote a reward for his bravery, intended more for honour than advantage; for each man gave him a day's rations, which consisted of half a Roman pound of meal, and the fourth part of a Greek cotyle of wine. Plutarch's Lives, Volume I
  • The brave bride had amazed guests when she made it to her wedding ceremony on time despite being rushed into hospital with agonising stomach pains the night before.
  • Nothing brave, nothing have.
  • A few hard-core telemarkers skim the hill; a lone boarder surfs in for a burger; a dozen alpine skiers brave the ungroomed crud.
  • Space on the night will be limited to leave room for the brave to foxtrot and quickstep.
  • Be brave and you'll be able to come to a stop in top, dipping the clutch just before stopping.
  • Are you brave enough to spend Halloween night in one of the most haunted places in downstate Illinois?
  • Just for the record, I am not brave, perhaps a bit foolhardy, and just as scared of dying as the next man.
  • But we do respect her bravery in standing up against a dreadful regime.
  • A primula is still making a brave attempt at flowering, and it will soon be replaced with blue and white trailing and bush lobelia, and green and white flowered nicotiana.
  • The synergistic effect of brave infantrymen, massed artillery and close air support was why Bastogne held.
  • Among other characters, Conan is distinguished as in some respects a kind of Thersites, but brave and daring even to rashness. Waverley
  • They often fought each other and attacked humans until slain by a brave hero, frequently at an ancient site.
  • Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring
  • The dragon has wounded him, and his poisonous venom is killing the brave Beowulf.
  • No matter how long you train someone to be brave, you never know if they are or not until something real happens. Veronica Roth 
  • Many brave souls took up the challenge, but only two could succeed.
  • Those scientific minds brave enough to point out these obvious flaws get fired, while the insane, lazy, and stupid continue to uphold a broken system that clearly doesn't work, punishes innocent citizens, overcrowds prisons, and generally increases suffering. Allison Kilkenny: Government Adviser Fired For Saying Alcohol Is More Dangerous Than Drugs
  • I wasn't brave enough to tell her what I thought of her.
  • The soldier is accounted as a brave man.
  • And what's so impressive is that Parini manages to create Melville's homoerotic yearning and despair in the context of 19th-century attitudes about sexuality, a pre-Freudian age that had not neatly divided the world into gay and straight, but also had no words for the feelings of love between men that Walt Whitman was so bravely yawping about. Melville's stormy seas
  • The deep breaths exhaled by his broad lines, his declarative sentences and their assertive plangency, his deliberate tactlessness and brave humor, redirect the reader to a history of poetic Yanks: Whitman, Williams.
  • He walked on bravely, looking neither to the right nor left, till he reached the centre and plucked the tallest ear; but as he turned homewards a thousand sweet voices rose behind him, crying in tenderest accents, 'Pluck me too! oh, please pluck me too!' Tales of the Punjab
  • Back on land where we could sink safely into the snow up to our ankles and giggle at our own bravery, there was an angry woman who didn't speak English, upbraiding us in a way that needed no translation.
  • It has the grandeur of a true epic, a thrilling, if flawed hero, momentous political struggles, bravery, love and death.
  • From a printed curiosity -- a letter written by one of those brave and confident Hindoo strugglers with the English tongue, called a "babu" -- I got a more compressed translation: "Godville. Following the Equator
  • When she began work as a journalist, she said, she was always adventurous and very brave.
  • I am not questioning the integrity nor the bravery of the NSW "firie", but let's be honest.
  • Face about, brave lanzknecht, and look to the east, else the Kings may not hear you. Quentin Durward
  • So, being encouraged by the opinions of braver men, he ordered two legions, known as the Jovian and the The Roman History of Ammianus Marcellinus During the Reigns of the Emperors Constantius, Julian, Jovianus, Valentinian, and Valens
  • Life has made the children brave, quick-witted and self-reliant, but their parentless hearts are hungry, and that longing shapes their actions. Children's Books: 'The Emerald Atlas'
  • Forgetting her father’s prediction, Bloodstone was brave enough to rush at the monster.
  • One character grew particularly animated, becoming red-faced as he struggled to contain the words that burst forth, recalling Offaly teams from bygone eras who had fought so bravely with their scant resources. FIRECRACKER
  • _ For this it is needful to halt bravely at the surface, at the fold, at the skin, to worship appearance, and to believe in forms, tones, words, and the whole _Olympus of appearance_! The Case Of Wagner, Nietzsche Contra Wagner, and Selected Aphorisms.
  • I pay unreserved tribute to the professionalism and dedication of our brave servicemen and women.
  • Linus takes his second brave stab at burning a DVD.
  • Five films from the dead French director's oeuvre that were critically panned on their original release get commercially brave DVD releases.
  • No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate, who regards pleasure as the highest good. 
  • In 1976 he was awarded the Scott Medal for bravery after tackling two armed robbers following a raid on a post office.
  • It is not everyday that a management guru decides to brave the ups and downs of the ‘dream-factory’.
  • It conjures up an image like that in the novel Brave New World, where everyone is doped up, rather than having their real problems dealt with.
  • The spiv, the showman; Mr Blair promised a brave new world - a shining castle on the hill - very Reaganish... a promise he most certainly could not uphold as there was no hill, the castle was made of papier mache and when the rains came it melted away...... The coalition counts on blaming Labour for everything. Bad move| Rafael Behr
  • On the face of it, this brave little dwelling of wood and reeds is a complete contrast to a gleaming penthouse overlooking Hyde Park, but they're both among the fussiest residences of their eras. £140m for a flat? Perhaps the buyer would like to see my Kilburn des res
  • Music has the power of raising the human spirit, and promoting human courage and bravery. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Then finding no longer any refuge from inevitable captivity, except in the waters of the Elster, the brave prince had thrown himself into it without considering the impassable steepness of the opposite bank, and in a few moments he with his horse was ingulfed beneath the waves. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • Those few brave souls, trying to buy time for their families to flee with their lives, were quickly cut down or overrun by the scores of humanoids that ran wildly through the streets.
  • ‘A gentleman never turns away from the opportunity to perform brave and noble deeds,’ Conor said.
  • They were cited for bravery in battle.
  • The two brave warriors are about to be absorbed.
  • Red, the grandmother, and the brave hunter sat down and shared the basket of goodies.
  • The bravery of the defending forces had been such that the attackers allowed them to leave the city with honour.
  • Red: Represent brave , justice, power , and royalty , mostly use to courage and uprightness people.
  • The author's revered mother was a descendant from the latter venerable name, united with that of the brave and erudite race of Adamson, of farther north. The Scottish Chiefs
  • These were the rugged and fearful places the men continually returned to in search of a skilled and brave enemy.
  • He received a posthumous award for bravery.
  • Rock finishes with a shout out to the troops, following the now standard Hollywood liberal stance, anti-war but pro our brave boys.
  • Also, Bonita is very good, though you have to brave the fourth circle of hipster hell to get to it. Pampano Taqueria | Homesick Texan
  • They would pamper me with tea or coffee (my preference), their favorite "gateaux" and stories of the brave American, Canadian, and British soldier boys who infected their young hearts with a thirst for life and liberty. petite amie - French Word-A-Day
  • The People's car: hundreds of day-trippers brave the discomfort of a fleet of charabancs at Plymouth in 1922.
  • While original gangstas like NWA presented graphic dispatches from LA gang turf where few reporters were brave enough to tread, he has been sold as a GI Joe doll with real bullet holes.
  • I couldn't decide whether he was incredibly brave or just insane.
  • But once in a while people are brave and regather their energies in the face of further governmental arrogations of power.
  • Tom, the poor fellow with the broken leg, was bearing up bravely, and only bemoaned the fact that, if there should be any necessity for the launching of the surfboat he could not do his duty. Darry the Life Saver The Heroes of the Coast
  • Though she had put on a brave front, he could see her eyes on the verge of tears.
  • ‘It was a very brave thing you did today, sweetheart,’ she smiled.
  • As a gay man I find his comments quite funny - good for him to be brave enough to express his honest opinion.
  • Come winter, he'll have to brave a frigid, largely sunless climate.
  • Always self-deprecating and modest, he fought bravely a long struggle against cancer, remaining cheerful and full of amusing unrepeatable anecdotes.
  • It is this sense of loyalty and brotherhood, found amongst miners the country over, that led to the tragic deaths of two brave men who would not give up their ‘marrer’ for lost.
  • Their inscrutable, sphinx-like logic can prove hypnotizing, and even the brave of heart and nimble of mind may find him or herself captivated.
  • Each passing year leaves us with fewer veterans of the First World War to describe eye-witness accounts of the horror, bravery and comradeship at the front.
  • The brave Negro troops went forward at a double-quick; the skirmishers were the first to reach the embankments, and were greeted with a shower of bullets which tumbled many headlong and lifeless into the pits. A School History of the Negro Race in America, from 1619 to 1890, With a Short Introduction as to the Origin of the Race; Also a Short Sketch of Liberia.
  • What a hard, brave conclusion; what an antic disposition in making it.
  • Nathan Draper, 18, said that he was "maddened" at the actions of the Muslim demonstrators and praised the bravery of the soldiers and said they should be supported for risking their lives. Latest News Breaking News and Current News from the UK and World Telegraph
  • Our bravest and best lessons are not learnt through success, but through misadventure. 
  • America will never run... And we will always be grateful that liberty has found such brave defenders. George W. Bush 
  • It was a brave new world recovering from the atrocities and bleakness of war.
  • The occasional guard braved the discomfort for a few minutes before retiring to the cool of the corridors.
  • You are the greatest enemy if you are a coward, but if you are brave, you are your greatest friend. 
  • It means a courageous rescuer or brave soldier.
  • One of the most brave and unique documentary projects, it leaves you in awe of its selfless creator and his generous family.
  • Her fans can see how she has managed it in Braveworld's September 28 rental video release Family of Strangers.
  • Those of you brave enough will, in time, be allowed to play rugby which has some similarities to American football, but does not involve stopping for a rest every twenty seconds or wearing full kevlar body armour like a bunch of nancies. Important Notice!
  • To read a tirade of abuse like this can only add to that trauma and make Nadia's bravery and eventual victory all the more commendable.
  • When that brave soldier, Milo Corcoran, ventures out to greet the teams on Tuesday evening, the reception from the stands is likely to be sulphurous.
  • While the play's the thing, one thing for sure in this particular brave new world concoction is that there is no Prospero in it. What fools these mortals be (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • Many more received other major awards for bravery in battle. Earthly Powers: Religion and Politics in Europe from the Enlightenment to the Great War
  • Grieve suggests that brave good-faith have-a-go heroes will not face arrest, and then in disconcerting non sequitor that once arrested, investigated and passed to the CPS good intentions will be a factor in deciding what next. Con-Watch: Have-a-Go-Hero Dominic Grieve
  • No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate, who regards pleasure as the highest good. 
  • The cause of the dilatoriness was less referrible to the tribunes than to the senate, who, because word was brought that they were holding out with the most vigorous resistance, did not duly reflect that there is a limit to human strength, which no bravery can exceed. The History of Rome, Books 01 to 08
  • The Braves were 15-3 in the conference and lost to Tulsa last week in the finals of the conference tournament.
  • The time when stalwart men the world over bravely sacrifice their appearance, their romantic relationships, andany chance of career advancement. Nunc Scio » Blog Archive » Month of the moustache
  • You can try the Grand National, a twin-track racing coaster and the really brave can loop the loop on the Revolution.
  • Mailer fetishizes bravery, which has sometimes made him seem silly.
  • Beyond the tragedy of a brave man's death two aspects of this case sadden me.
  • In even worse conditions on Sunday the fleet braved the elements to race round the same course.
  • The martlet signifies nobility acquired through bravery, prowess or intelligence. On English arms it was a mark of cadency signifying the fourth son, for whom there was little doubt that there would be no land left for him to inherit.
  • For all her bravery and determination, she is not over the emotional trauma of being raped.
  • Of all the frightening specters looming above us in the brave new world of Bush II - and there are many to choose from - I think the scariest is the privatization of Social Security. the scariest thing
  • Very promising and brave of them to move forward with the expansion when facing not only this economy, but also the threat of a narrowing gap between theatrical release and VOD video-on-demand dates and the ever- present worldwide problem of piracy. Ashley Wren Collins: Seeking Cinematic Sustenance in a Saturated World
  • Mr. O'Brien makes a brave leap in the dark and lands with a resounding thud.
  • Fifteen years on, thanks in large part to the 25 brave souls who put their careers on the line to be in at the beginning, the ailing infant has become a strapping teenager.
  • From the Sun-Sentinel: MILWAUKEE -- To complete the ultimate quest of "The Lord of the Rings," Carl Hostetter has left his home in Maryland to navigate roaring rivers and cross vast plains — all to stride bravely through looming masoned gates in search of a nearly hidden glass door. March 2004
  • It was a brave gamble, a bid for power, by an ambitious, clever and canny politician who saw his career facing a premature end.
  • It was this brave and heroic resistance waged by such women that led to their continuous harassment and arrestment. August 2006
  • First, we learn about the brave physicist after whom meitnerium is named. Archive 2008-09-01
  • The first settlers from Europe, having braved the wild Atlantic for a strange and tavern-bare land, can't be faulted for slapping beer together from whatever scraps they could find. Gourd Lovin'
  • The commanding officer put Sergeant Williams in for a medal for bravery.
  • Against this background, the brave calls of a vociferous few to sue the company and its directors ring hollow.
  • Although he was very nervous, he put on a brave front.
  • They say that the width between those long-lashed eyes is a common peculiarity of the artist's face; but she is no longer an artist; she is only the brave young yachtswoman who lives at Castle Dare. Macleod of Dare
  • He reached high rank and for bravery was made a Hero of the Soviet Union.
  • I must be brave for Perdita's sake, said Daisy through chattering teeth as she pressed the door bell.
  • To Limerick's eternal credit they battled bravely, determinedly, and doggedly to the very end.
  • Many thousands of brave and unreturning warriors, armed with axes and swords, became the footguards of those elephants. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • Songs of brave soldiers with questions and doubts and unshakeable commitment to what they see as their ultimate responsibility, the responsibility to stay until the job is done.
  • Bravery is climbing over a trench and fighting for your country in a war.
  • The song remembers the brave heroes who died for their country.
  • The Scout Law declares a Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.
  • On that occasion, the group had braved freezing conditions crammed under a carriage in a compartment designed for luggage or freight.
  • The captain of the Corunna was a brave man, as had been truly said. Jack in the Forecastle or, Incidents in the Early Life of Hawser Martingale
  • Never mind the billions of innocent civilians there, or the brave warriors fighting to defend them.
  • The festival is based upon the story told in the Book of Esther, a tale of humorous and melodrama parody of palace intrigue, in which the brave Queen Esther and her uncle, Mordecai, save their people from the twisted genocidal plot of the wicked vizar of Persia, Haman. Archive 2006-11-26
  • Carting along her son and her big 4x5 camera, with its heavy tripod and stacks of sheet film, Kurland has climbed mountains and braved railyard guards to follow and document her "Gypsy American nomads," as she describes the people she's photographed. Photographer Justine Kurland on a road trip with her son, capturing life along the rails
  • Only a windlike chant would do -- something with an undertone of human despair, outsoared by brave, savage flights of invincible soul-hope -- great virile singing man-cries, winged as the starlight, weird as space -- Whitman sublimated, David's soul poured out in symphony. The River and I
  • The mother of a two-year-old girl has died of cancer after a brave, year-long battle against the disease.
  • With the way she had carried on smiling, stifling the grief, putting on her brave face to the world?
  • Eagles without experience of suffering wind and rain can not fly high in the sky. And to be brave to take risks is an eternal formula for us.
  • None deserve the fair but the _brave_ [_deserve the fair_."] "They postpone the thing which [_they ought to do, and do not] but_ which [_thing_] they cannot avoid purposing to do. English Grammar in Familiar Lectures
  • It's like taking the sex and drug use out of Brave New World, or removing all "phonies" from Catcher in the Rye because Heidi Montag might take issue. Why a new edition of Huckleberry Finn is wrong to remove the N-word
  • He really thinks America is the land of the free and the home of the brave.
  • If you are not brave enough, no one will back you up.
  • The Harris condition is supernaturally brave, under his score secondary attack's lead, the teammate attacks with irresistible force.
  • The citadel is under the command of the baron of Auchinleck; he, with his brave followers, being the first to hail the burning of the accursed Barns of Ayr. The Scottish Chiefs
  • Over 60 volunteers braved the flood waters in canoes, boats and vessels of all shapes and sizes as the search continued yesterday.
  • Brave sons of the mountain, the frith, and the lake! Waverley
  • I tried to convince myself to be spontaneous and adventurous and brave.
  • The sky was wheeling overhead; we were brave and safe.
  • Its hero bravely struggles before rescuing his wife as in the Odyssey; he is like a Moses and a looked-for savior from the Bible and black folklore.
  • The owner's bravery in recognising the nom-de-gaff is outstanding and to be aplauded. Harbouring Thoughts
  • Master motorboat make you brave the wind and waves, take the lead.
  • It's like you're trying to go about your life, and make dinner...but the roof is off of your house, and the walls are falling down." would thank her daughter -- she called six-year-old Matilda's "bravery and exuberance is the example that I take with me in my work and in my life" -- is a major development, though one that, presumably, did not come without a tinge of sadness. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • The rebels had been worsted by Jiang Zhongyuan's Hunan braves at Soyi Ford.
  • Michael squared his shoulders and put on a brave face.
  • You are brave, anti crisis, attack difficulty, carry all before one, your loyalty, according to medical ethics, keep the purpose, have succeeded in carrying out an assignment.
  • You are very brave and courageous people to be over their risking your life for your country.
  • Specifically, I am endlessly compelled by the notion that higher stages or levels do not preexist, that is, they are not "given" but are literally created by brave individuals who actually venture into new, uncharted territory, laying down "Kosmic grooves" that others follow, which eventually become actual new structures or stages. unalog
  • Although putting up a brave front as long as she can, she fears not only for herself but also for her sons from a broken marriage, the loquaciously sensitive Sam, and the sheltered Max.
  • They braved heavy shell fire to rescue the wounded.
  • Such expeditions were set on foot either by some chieftain who rode from aoul to aoul calling upon the brave to follow him; or by a summons sent abroad to the warriors of a certain district inviting them to assemble in the council ring at a given time and place for the purpose of agreeing upon an attack upon some fort, or a foray within the lines of the enemy. Life of Schamyl And Narrative of the Circassian War of Independence Against Russia
  • The brave man hazards his life, but not his conscience. 
  • A brave American serviceman is left behind.
  • Were their science as unassailable as they insist it is, and were the consensus as broad as they say it is, and were they as brave as they claim to be, they would not be "goaded" into intellectual corruption. Postbulletin.com Local News
  • Our bravest and best lessons are not learnt through success, but through misadventure. 
  • I assure you it has nothing to do with bravery, or some innate motivation to break the big story.

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