exclaimed Prince Theseus; and like a brave
young prince as he was, he put his hand to the hilt of his sword.
In its incorruptible flow all round the globe of the earth it preserves from the decay and forgetfulness of death the greatness of our great men, and amongst them the passionate and gentle greatness of Nelson, the nature of whose genius was, on the faith of a brave
seaman and distinguished Admiral, such as to "Exalt the glory of our nation.
Ulysses led the brave
Cephallenians, who held Ithaca, Neritum with its forests, Crocylea, rugged Aegilips, Samos and Zacynthus, with the mainland also that was over against the islands.
Curse me if I don't have every one of you shot like dogs that the brave
gentleman has left alive
Every foot of ground between the spot where Hook had landed his forces and the home under the trees was stealthily examined by braves
wearing their mocassins with the heels in front.
I-Gos, you are a very brave
man," said a chieftain.
She faced him with as brave
and resolute a face as did the young man, who turned slowly, fixing De Montfort with level gaze.
Further, he had become a man of experience, was counted brave
men, had won the esteem and confidence of her father, and, above all, had been listened to by him when he told him the secret of his love.
And now far across the sea a brave
man of the Goths, Beowulf by name, heard of the doings of Grendel, and he made up his mind to come to the aid of King Hrothgar.
Come to Quito and I will show you the brave
sport of men, the toreador and the bull.
, colleagues, too long already a paralyzing peace has plunged the members of the Gun Club in deplorable inactivity.
And the selection will be no easy matter, I said; but we must be brave
and do our best.