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Meanwhile, the Cameroon FA also named Alexandre Belinga, who was one of Broos's two assistants, as interim manager of the Indomitable Lions.
After knocking out the title holders and neighbours DR Congo, Congo Brazzaville continued their impressive performance, defeating the Indomitable Lions to reach the top spot of Group D.
That was the indomitable spirit with which the PAF fought the 1965 war trained, readied and motivated by Asghar Khan.
The combination makes Indomitable a fascinating, must-read addition to the genre.
The Indomitable Frank Whitcombe is published by Wales-based St David's Press
In exploring places considered foreboding by others, Willemsen reminds us of the indomitable human urge to inhabit and understand our environment, however extreme.
Adolphus Washington Greely: A Man of Indomitable Courage" by military historian Paul D.
Jennifer said: "I made history by being the first girl to gain the Chief Scout's Gold Award when I was with All Saints Sea Scouts in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield but, since they do not have a explorer unit, I joined 1st Sutton Coldfield Sea Scouts as an explorer in their Indomitable Explorer Unit when I became too old for scouts.
Alan Rabinowitz (big cat expert and CEO of Panthera, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving wild cat species) presents An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar, an accessible nonfiction book all about these great cats.
New Delhi, July 14 (ANI): Stating that the indomitable spirit of the financial capital of the country would once again respond with courage and renewed vigour to such challenges, Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has strongly condemned the cowardly terrorist attack on the citizens of Mumbai yesterday.
org) SummerStage marks its 26th anniversary this summer and includes performances by Indomitable James Brown, Tye Tibbett and SummerStage Kids, presented by Disney.
Readers can find contrasting examples of the indomitable human spirit in two excellent biographies: one is of Louis Zamperini (Unbroken), a prominent runner in the 1930's, a United States 1936 Olympic 5,000m contestor; the other tells of the 1951 to 1968 baseball Hall of Fame New York Yankee centerfielder, Mickey Mantle (The Last Boy).