Once, a full-grown female lynx was secured, and this time White Fang fought for
Furiously we fought, but the advantage was mine, for I stood upon a raised platform above them, and I fought for
the most glorious woman of a glorious race, and I fought for
a great love and for the mother of my boy.
But feeling the hour of death to approach, he spake these words in Spanish and said, 'Here die I, Richard Grenville, with a joyful and quiet mind, for that I have ended my life as a true soldier ought to do, and hath fought for
his country, Queen, religion, and honour, whereby my soul most joyfully departeth out of this body, and shall always leave behind it an everlasting fame of a valiant and true soldier that hath done his duty as he was bound to do.' When he had finished these or other like words he gave up the Ghost, with great and stout courage, and no man could perceive any true signs of heaviness in him."**
In addition, when it became evident that the air must be fought for, the air-sailors were provided with rifles with explosive bullets of oxygen or inflammable substance, but no airship at any time ever carried as much in the way of guns and armour as the smallest gunboat on the navy list had been accustomed to do.
Then came the Battle of North India, in which the entire Anglo-Indian aeronautic settlement establishment fought for three days against overwhelming odds, and was dispersed and destroyed in detail.
So it was that the regular troops fought for
their lives as well as did the farmers.
The Black Odwar had these to strengthen his arm, and besides these the knowledge of the thing that Gahan had whispered into the ears of his players before the game, and so he fought for
what is more than life to the man of honor.
The things I had fought for and burned my midnight oil for had failed me.
The things I had fought for had proved not worth the fight.
I compare his actions to men who fought for
civil rights before him, like Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.
By 1865, _____ black soldiers had fought for
that their companion [Luther], beside whom they had marched and fought for
nearly two years, was a woman ....
Marines fought for
weeks to retake the bitterly held city of Hue.