not scared

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But Mombi was not scared, and she sprinkled the Pumpkinhead with her Magic Powder of Life, to see if the Powder would work.
We waded so gently and reverently, or we pulled together so smoothly, that the fishes of thought were not scared from the stream, nor feared any angler on the bank, but came and went grandly, like the clouds which float through the western sky, and the mother-o'-pearl flocks which sometimes form and dissolve there.
She also says that she is not scared of challenges be it in films or in real life.
In an interview to Gujarati news channel GSTV, Rahul Gandhi also said the BJP is not scared of him but of the voice of the people of Gujarat.
THE Irish mother of a soccer fan who battled the London terrorists said: "He's not scared of anyone.
Abbasi is not scared to have strong political views while Mazari breaks all societal stereotypes and they complement each other.
He has to improve physically and then he will be an important player for us because he is not scared to keep the ball and try to dribble with it," Benitez said of Diame.
The feisty Trinamool Congress chief said that she is not scared of Modi at all.
However, Mangala said: "I respect PSG, I respect Zlatan, (Edinson) Cavani and (Angel) Di Maria but I am not scared of them.
I also love colour and I'm not scared to go for it.
ISRAEL are ready to deal a major blow to Wales' Euro 2016 hopes and have told Gareth Bale: 'We're not scared of you
ANDY HAMILTON insists he's not scared of Peter Wright and will reduce the Scot to sobbing tears for real today.