stalwartness


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When it comes to supporting President Bush, few people exhibit the stalwartness of Fred Barnes, a Weekly Standard editor and Fox News pundit.
But the statement aimed, first, "to satisfy the need for mankind to have a clear, simple, and horrible picture" of the Holocaust and its agents; second, to rouse, influence, and even, in some sense, conform to public opinion; and third, to prove Israeli stalwartness against, as Arendt noted, diasporic Jewish meekness (Arendt 1964: 10).
Fo explains that the tiger in the story is a very clear allegory, for, according to him, in Chinese culture it represents stalwartness, constancy, and perseverance.
Since making the bet, when I felt any doubt about the stalwartness of my prime minister, or the logic of my reasoning, I would happily visualize the 60-second video clip of my man choking a bystander on national TV and realize the money which was at risk was as good as in the bank.