DUCHESS OF GURNWALL Camilla & Charles flinch from
Summary: The Chancellor insists the Government will not flinch from
the "hard choices on public spending" after the country emerges from recession.
In a speech on Government plans to "reprioritise" spending, Mr Darling will say he "won't flinch from
His art was frequently of a moral nature; he was an ardent pro-lifer who did not flinch from
portraying the graphic reality of abortion on occasion.
But we should not flinch from
demanding the same tolerance and respect for the British way of life," he said in an article for the Daily Telegraph.
His first two books--Sarah, about a young truck-stop prostitute, and The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things--a story collection about more kids in trouble, have met with critical acclaim, movie deals, and a literary cult following that doesn't flinch from
the torment his characters suffer.
It may be a conclusion you come to with a heavy heart, but if, as we suggest, it must be that conclusion, and you find that is what happened, you must not flinch from
returning verdicts of guilty.
She added: "Eamon Gilmore continues to talk tough and says he won't flinch from
tough decisions but time and again tough decisions have been directed at low and middle-income families and he and the Labour Party and all of Government won't turn their attention to those who can afford to pay.
Veteran New York Times investigative journalist Seymour Hersch did not flinch from
accusing America of "war crimes" in his recent book, Chain of Command: The Road from 9/11 to Abu Graib.
We, who are fellow disciples with Mary and fellow children with Jesus, must not flinch from
obedience in our own lives when it entails suffering.