He said: "I thought it would show some bulldog, Dunkirk spirit
if I got my swimming trunks on and stuck two fingers up at Storm Desmond.
And yet, 75 years on, you can still marvel at the 'Miracle of Dunkirk,' and reflect on the defiant Dunkirk spirit
I've dined out since 2009 on my small part in England's remarkable Dunkirk spirit
moral victory, led by Paul Collingwood hanging in there for hours on end on the nal day.
I witnessed teachers and staff from St Christopher's going well above and beyond the call of duty in true Dunkirk spirit
(but not in retreat, I might add) to ensure that students could negotiate the heavily-flooded entrance of the school and get into the school.
IT warms the heart to see the people of my home town showing the Dunkirk spirit
in the face of the devastating floods.
If they went 3-0 down to the Germans he could jet them off to Dover, where they could gaze out to the French coast and summon S up some Dunkirk spirit
It is the Dunkirk spirit
and they are making the best of the situation," he said.
Sir Richard added: "It's very much the Dunkirk Spirit
I think a lot of teams would have packed up, but we have the Dunkirk spirit
And a bit of Dunkirk spirit
was just what was required.
There was a wonderful Dunkirk spirit
in our village," she said.
Call it what you will, the Dunkirk spirit
, unity through adversity or David Cameron's Big Society, armies of volunteers did their towns proud.
IT makes you proud to be a Scouser after seeing the Dunkirk spirit
shown by the barge owners in the Salthouse Dock after the unfortunate Yellow Duckmarine incident.
WE tend to think of that famous Dunkirk spirit
during the war as being something that was exclusively for the adults.
In these difficult days, the music was, on the whole, geared towards encouraging emotions of determination, inspiration and a kind of Dunkirk spirit
to see thing through to the end.