staunchness


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Unitt, who names among her defensivequalities a staunchness in the tackle and a good head in the air, appreciates she will not live to see the day when her bank balance matches that of her male counterparts.
and with all the inalienable staunchness of her nature she fulfilled the letter of her promise.
Wright notes that questions about the moral staunchness of youth and its ability to resist communism hovered over an entire generation.
Honora Elizabeth Laskey Minter and her ilk display the strange staunchness of self-creation, the often-ignored aggressive calm and defiance of femininity.