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But his courageous deeds so caught the public imagination that his pleading words were lost.
anything that gives examples of great heroes who lived a life of profound truths and courageous deeds that help the human mind and life to grow, mature and evolve.
The Civilian Defence Gallantry Awards records, 1940-1949, have been digitised for the first time, detailing the courageous deeds of men, women and children on the Home Front.
The ratio of good, decent, courageous deeds each officer accomplishes daily to officers' inappropriate actions is a thousand to one - I know firsthand, because I've been there.
But there is also an invitation to learn lessons from history and to know that in the end there is victory for those who persevere, those who may have been forgotten but whose courageous deeds lived to create better lives for future generations.
But there are thousands of US and UK soldiers who fulfil all manner of noble and courageous deeds and never utter a word.
This exhibition will continue till 14th September, 2014 and this artistic pursuit about the courageous deeds of Pakistan Air Force will add to the inspiration of the younger generation and will surely be cherished by the people of Karachi.
They are modern day heroes and will be remembered for their courageous deeds to define the individual beyond their disability.
Deputy wrapped up on saying that she will always work culturally for Lebanon's stability and prosperity, gaining wisdom from what comes through the courageous deeds of our brave Palestinian people in face of the Zionist entity.
IF EVER there was a case of a dark past catching up with aman and besmirching his courageous deeds, it was the intriguing case of Eric Hamilton-Piercy.
COURAGEOUS deeds of police and civilians were acclaimed at a ceremony attended by the top brass from West Midlands Police.
The author's interest in his topic is obvious as he describes the lives and courageous deeds of those unsung heroes who aided more than 100,000 slaves to escape in the years before the Civil War.