A compelling metaphorical journey that compares the struggles and strains of family to polar expeditions, this cleverly written and illustrated novel doesn't flinch from
its exploration of coming of age in the modern world.
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.
Spain coach Luis Aragones refused to condemn the Spanish fans but McClaren called on Fifa not to flinch from
strong action as he insisted that Aragones must also take some of the blame.
She did not flinch from
touching them and her actions must have been so heartening for them.
``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.''
Nor does she flinch from
acknowledging the increasing discouragement that came in the wake of the shutdowns.
Lords Leader Baroness Jay pledged at a Labour conference fringe meeting that Ministers would not flinch from
securing this "enormous political victory".
It's something of a mission with me to present characters who are different, to love their oddness, not flinch from
A true loyalty to Britain will neither pretend to be unmoved by the good and the lovely, nor will it flinch from
the depressing and disturbing side of the picture.' Responsibility towards history means `the carrying forward of a story, the plot of which has already been part-written, and in which one is now part-author, part-actor.
He told the Cabinet last week: "We will not flinch from
tackling the rackets.
As a senator, Kennedy took a stand against corruption in labor leadership and as a candidate didn't flinch from
taking on the unions.