firmness of purpose


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He declared he would serve his readers loyally, speak out for and defend their rights, show courage, honesty and firmness of purpose and report factually and dependably.
The Kingston doctors, however, had not reckoned with the Davies' firmness of purpose.
What a sad contrast that was to the firmness of purpose with which Chelsea had taken a grip on the game.
Blunkett acted with admirable firmness of purpose, something alien to his predecessor Jack Straw, when he condemned Sussex Chief Constable Paul Whitehouse.
Haig, with mastery of strategy and firmness of purpose, brushed aside French panic and chaos and led the Allies to victory in 1918.