With the continuing war and constant threat of war, terrorism, daily struggles, work, family responsibilities and an endless to-do list, we all may face a time we call our finest hour
Dramatically, Kranz turns to the director and clearly responds; "With all due respect sir, I believe this is going to be our finest hour.
We can look back to Que Creek (2002), Esterhazy (2006), and San lose Chile (2010) as success stories--in may respects, our finest hours.
He told a cabinet meeting: "It is fair to say that this was probably not our finest hour
It's rather well known that I haven't supported many British wars since the WW II - which I still believe was our finest hour
- but that doesn't matter either.
But, as Churchill also reminded us, we must be prepared if we are to succeed and fulfill our destiny--that "special thing unique to us that would be our finest hour
THE last time Europe went to war it brought Britain what Winston Churchill called our finest hour
It wasn't our finest hour
,'' spokeswoman Michelle Bergman said Tuesday.
Fossedal, Our Finest Hour is meant to be the memoirs his hero would have written.
If not quite replacing George Kennan as the father of containment, Clayton receives equal billing in Our Finest Hour.
Our memories tell us that the Persian Gulf War was a resounding victory for the red, white and blue, one of our finest hours
, a spectacular high for a group of GIs who came home to parades and open arms.