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The history of the Presbyterian Church has ever been characterized by an unshrinking maintenance of evangelical principles; and a vigorous, enterprising spirit in the promotion of education and Christian missions.
This model is designed for one-at-a-time shrinking and unshrinking where the demand is to get the tools back on the machine immediately.
Moses Colt Tyler argues that these plays forcefully reproduce the "ideas, the passions, the motives, and the moods of that stormful time in our history with a frankness, a liveliness, and an unshrinking realism not approached by any other species of Revolutionary literature" (II: 188), while Norman Philbrick underlines the immediacy of these plays and the fact that they occupy a "unique place in the propaganda war of the American revolution" (2).
suddenly rising in mental force, to be the comforter and supporter of her husband under misfortune, and abiding, with unshrinking firmness, the bitterest blasts of adversity.