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THE mother of the recently murdered teenager Jimmy Mizen nobly
said that she felt no anger as that was the prevalent emotion of her son's killers.
Heald, a gifted stage, movie and television actor, performs nobly
Atelier members (notably baritone Stephen Hegedus) performed nobly
She wants to blow it on a new life in Vegas, and Chesney nobly
says she should go without him.
So, we have determined that because compromise measures have not been at all effective for substantial equivalency, we would then be bold and go for the ideal situation and hope and trust that we will encourage our states to reach more nobly
for a higher standard of substantial equivalency.
In this effort, THE FOOD OF ITALY succeeds--and succeeds nobly
He's been a vocal presence in forums and op-ed columns, opining about mutual fund issues, investor concerns and corporate governance, always seeming to ask if those in authority can't act more wisely and nobly
She experiences disappointment, but suffers nobly
and is rewarded with a happy ending.
He was a fine and imaginative architect who nobly
championed humanity against its many twentieth-century enemies.
It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly
The status of African Americans in popular literature has improved since Uncle Tom nobly
suffered the pages of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and Mark Twain created Jim, a runaway slave, as Huckleberry Finn's sidekick.
Let us continue the ideas and ideals which [Kennedy] so nobly
represented," he told (Congress five days after JFK's death.
As the law enforcement community faces a future forever changed by the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin presents these graduation speeches as a tribute to newly appointed and veteran officers alike who willingly and nobly
have accepted the challenges, rewards, and sacrifices inherent in their profession--the "thin blue line" of strength and justice that safeguards the American public and the freedoms that all citizens cherish.