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Journey bravely on, and take this snow-flake that will never melt, as MY gift," Winter cried, as the North-Wind bore him on, leaving a cloud of falling snow behind.
"Now come," said they, "and finish the good work you have so bravely carried on." So to the quiet tomb they went, where, like a marble image, cold and still, the little child was lying.
DIG Prisons Saeedullah Gondal led the rally and said that Kashmiri people were bravely fighting against Indian forces for the last seven decades and sun of their freedoms will rise soon.
Summary: Tirunelveli (Tamil Nadu) [India], Aug 13 (ANI): In an act of exemplary courage, an elderly couple in Tamil Nadu bravely fought with two armed robbers who barged into the entrance of their house here on the night of August 11.
However, his book also inspired young poets to bravely, honestly express their selves in the poetry.
The video stars local soldier Lee Harding, who served with John Paul on multiple tours, in which he bravely describes his own personal fight with PTSD.
Lucy Turner, 32, tried to flee with stolen alcohol in a blue Citroen C3 as shoppers and an employee "bravely" tried to stop her, police said.
We remember the heroes who bravely avowed homeland before all else, and gave witness of this on the battlefields in their fight for freedom.
Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday said that Pakistan has bravely faced challenges at heavy cost to come out successful.
The girl was seen in a video bravely chasing after several armed men despite the size and number disadvantage.
"Despite all odds and challenge our nation fought bravely with the enemy and emerged as triumph to show the world that Pakistan nation is united against all enemies which makes me feel proud of being a part of this nation.
Synopsis: In "Go Bravely: Becoming the Woman You Were Created to Be", Wilson Hussem (a speaker, author, and musician who travels the world sharing her faith through witness and worship) offers her readers warm and friendly encouragement as she shares her experiences with other young women as their youth minister as well as her own struggles with insecurity, relationships, loving and forgiving herself, and living her faith.