deed done

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A deed done is irrevocable, and its result coinciding in time with the actions of millions of other men assumes an historic significance.
I feel now like a man who has redeemed a failing reputation and shed luster upon a dimmed escutcheon, by a single just deed done at the eleventh hour.
The first dawn of comfort came to him in swearing to himself that he would stand by that boy through thick and thin, and cheer him, and help him, and bear his burdens for the good deed done that night.
The reward for a single good deed done in Ramadan is equivalent to 70 good deeds done in any other month.
A good deed done to an animal is like a good deed done to a human being.
The agreement is a form of tribute to the martyred soldier, with the aim of ensuring that the deceased receives the reward for every good deed done on his behalf.
She had initially agreed to finally lose her virginity to Michael before a series of incidents and unfortunate events prevented them from getting the deed done and they eventually broke up.
A scandalous play described in 1882 as, 'a dirty deed done in public',' Ghosts still has the power to fascinate and unnerve today.
Everton FC, to their everlasting glory, have never said a word about it, but I will tell you they have pensioned Bobby Parker all these years - a good deed done, without stealth or advertisement.
Maybe it was just a kind and caring word or a deed done out of love.
Perhaps their DIY nous can help to get the deed done.