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Every one knows the fine story of Perseus and Andromeda; how the lovely Andromeda, the daughter of a king, was tied to a rock on the sea-coast, and as Leviathan was in the very act of carrying her off, Perseus, the prince of whalemen, intrepidly advancing, harpooned the monster, and delivered and married the maid.
Under his mild-mannered exterior, Zeldin reveals an adventurous persona, a swashbuckling horticulturist who has intrepidly assembled flora from the four corners of the globe.
Very well, just for once," Louis, volunteered intrepidly.
The mother despairs at the course of events ("pai mader cri & michel wo") [her mother cried and felt much woe] (325), while the maiden intrepidly declares: "For y wil suffre no longer prawe/ bat Cristen folk be for me slawe" [For I will no longer bear it / That Christian folk is slain because of me] (331-332).
Heywood's Pardoner intrepidly asserts that the king himself is his supporter and protector, and indeed documentary evidence shows that the monarch was involved in the practice of indulgences.
As far as she knows, the five men are practicing baroque music on period instruments, and when she wonders why Lump is so sweaty and dirty, MacSam intrepidly offers an excuse: "That man plays one bitch barrelful of a sackbut.
Bold Lies involve knowing that you are lying and doing it anyway, boldly proclaiming whoppers that informed people know are lies, and, in the face of facts, counterevidence, and arguments, continuing to intrepidly and resolutely repeat the untruth.
in both be intrepidly deploys his extensive reading and his wide familiarity with British and European buildings in an account intended to jolt us out of Summersonian certainties.
Characteristically, the detours, which Tournon follows so intrepidly, take the form of a reexamination, whereby the narrator stops in mid-essay in order to reexamine the presuppositions of his own argument.
Even amid the facts and figures, however, it offers a refreshing departure from much of the social scientific and medical literature on aging because it intrepidly attempts to say what is distinctive about aging and old age.
Hopefully you will spare a thought for me as I run the gauntlet of the cheeseboard and head on, intrepidly, towards the coffee and cognac as the Arc approaches.