He was prompt to take up any poor devil's quarrel and risk his neck
to right him.
"Your eminence doesn't know those walls; they are sixty feet high and I doubt if Monsieur de Beaufort is sufficiently weary of life to risk his neck
by jumping off."
Director Steven Spielberg expertly taps into the actor's wholesome disposition to convey a man of principle willing to risk his neck
both in the courtroom and behind enemy lines.
While he has mastered pretty much all of the tricks in streetbiking, he says there is one that still eludes him but he seems willing to risk his neck
to go out and nail it.
"No one wants to risk his neck
. This is such a technical subject with so many complexities involved," the official said.
Tory former homeland security spokesman Patrick Mercer (Newark) said that by willing to "risk his neck
" the 22-year-old prince was helping to send an "extremely powerful message" but that had been rescinded.
Saxton's frustrations notwithstanding, Oregonians can feel good about living in a state where the governor will risk his neck
to pluck a cat from a tree.
Only the greats tend to win more than one stage in the mountains each year, and since Armstrong is unlikely to risk his neck
on the final descent, and Santiago Botero, Richard Virenque and Michael Boogerd have had their arms aloft already this year, punters should look to other possible winners.
He might have to risk his neck
leading troops into battle.
If he didn't want to risk his neck
, he would have to go back up the same way he got down--up that narrow path.
Cowardly Hewitt, 37, was not prepared to risk his neck
and stayed holed up.