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There's clearly great compassion alongside that steeliness, however," There's clearly great compassion alongside that steeliness, however, and Jimmy can't help but be affected by the stories he tells.
It's not an uncommon theme in either country or folk music, but the unflinching steeliness he brings to the subject is transformative: As the song unfolds, it's revealed that the child is a daughter, who leaves to join the military, eventually dying in combat.
Like a lot of the Man United lads he's quiet but he's got a real steeliness about him.
They showed great character to come from behind to secure a 2-2 draw at home to Italy in their opening World Cup qualifier and there was a steeliness about them last month when holding Czech Republic to a goalless draw in Prague.
Anderson's camera shoots them predominantly in close-up, so there is nowhere to hide fake emotion, and both young actors are magnificent, capturing the vulnerability, steeliness and sweet affection of their runaways.
Anderson's camera shoots them predominantly in close-up so there is nowhere to hide fake emotion and both young actors are magnificent, capturing the vulnerability, steeliness and sweet affection of their runaways.
We've got some good technical players, but by the same token, you need a steeliness in the team.
The Beautiful Country'' charts the course of one such young man with sensitivity, some generic hand-wringing and, ultimately, a gentle steeliness.
Then she recovered and, showing the steeliness of character that Slobodan Milosevic has lately experienced, became a Democratic foreign policy adviser and organizer, raised three daughters, and ambitiously clawed her way to the top of the Washington hierarchy (leaving, in the process, amazingly few tracks).
One of the criticism labelled at Everton in recent weeks has been an accusation of a lack of steeliness but Martinez was pleased with how his side coped with Palace's aerial bombardment after taking an early lead in the encounter.
While an artist at heart, Smith also possessed a cold steeliness - he was sent off in a Texaco Cup tie against Birmingham after only 53 seconds in December of 1973 when Tony Want suffered a broken leg, one of the fastest dismissals of all time.
O'Neill believes it displays a steeliness and determination within the group and said: "We were going for it, trying to get something out of the game.