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Never, except when Jerry was below, did the wild one dare venture more than several feet from his retreat, and he went about in fear and trembling of the fat roly-poly puppy who was unafraid of his snarl.
He was an old man then, and his hair was white; but he was unafraid.
He thought about the warning of the old witch-doctor before he fell asleep and he thought of it again after he awoke; but he did not turn back for he was unafraid, though had he known what lay in store for one he loved most in all the world he would have flown through the trees to her side and allowed the gold of Opar to remain forever hidden in its forgotten storehouse.
The Tahitians were plainly awed by the silence and gloom and mystery of the place and happening, but they showed themselves doggedly unafraid, and were for pushing on.
He was unafraid to die, bitter and cynical of all the ways of living; and yet, dying, he loved life, to the last atom of it.
But when the RFU employed Jones (right), they employed him because, not only was he a top coach, but he was a bit of a larrikin, rough at the edges, unafraid to ruffle feathers.
In this issue's competition and convention coverage, for example, judges and directors told us over and over again that those who get the most out of the experience are the dancers who are unafraid--unafraid to hire a coach who might push them past their comfort zone, unafraid to reach out to a director they want to dance for, unafraid to give their all onstage even if it means they might fall.
Blunts, a little nail polish and an absurd affection for riding the rails in super-precarious positions are what might first catch your attention with Yung Ty, but pull up a bongo and you'll realize this is a sensitive skater unafraid to share a story, a joke and possibly even catch some feelings along the way.
I am, at last, unafraid to place him alongside Sir Bobby Charlton.
We intend to be sympathetic to the heritage while unafraid to modernise the franchise.
Exploring in retrospect how a father can affect his daughters' lives in myriad ways, not all of them good, Dhanoa is unafraid of taking a hard look at Indian society and the individuality of family members.
Identity, Social Activism, and the Pursuit of Higher Education: The Journey Stories of Undocumented and Unafraid Community Activists