In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- There were periods of real heroism as Scotland tried to speed the game up, Gordon Simpson deciding to run a quick one at the outset.
- The heroism displayed was of an extraordinary nature, and obviously great damage was done to the German war effort.
- Each run involved a journey through the hellish smoke and back, but David's heroism had paid off.
- Though Giles Radice does not say so, this is clearly a form of political heroism which has hitherto been overlooked.
- But it is the emerging heroism of Hecuba that Castle may find most inspiring.
- The famed leading officer earned the VC for various different acts of heroism, rather than one single act.
- One thing about his father is that he neither wanted nor accepted heroism as a birth right.
- Tales of such heroism and sacrifice are common to all cultures of course.
- The presence of two Maori and three women in this book confirm that heroism is independent of race and gender.
- The story contrasts Asian and western concepts relating suicide and heroism.
- Bung Karno was drawn to paintings depicting heroism because he was always engaged in struggle.
- The heroism of the police is recognized by the coalition in medal ceremonies like this.
- You will discover riches within yourself that you cannot conceive of, acts of heroism that will take your breath away.
- Yet despite his heroism, Freeman also stirred up storms of controversy.
- So I'm not surprised that she can't enjoy her own heroism and wrestles with enormous survivor guilt.
- The heroism glamorised by Wolfe and Kaufman was of the balls-out variety.
- He himself didn't find out about his dad's heroism until years later, when he read the story in a newspaper article.
- Somewhat more surprising is that some find inspiration for heroism.
- We have had mass deaths before, mass suffering, and we have seen heroism in its face.
- And yes, there's plenty of that stoicism and quiet heroism around, and it was on display today.
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