You aren't going to tell me that you care whether you win a tin medal
These two daring explorers then reembarked for England; and the Geographical Society of Paris decreed them its annual prize medal
That is why they were wrong in having the medal
you have heard of struck; a medal
which represents Holland stopping the sun, as Joshua did, with this legend:
And who then would give us the Vladimir medal
He had signalized his arrival in London, some months ago, by going overboard from a police boat into the Thames to rescue a half-drunken lighterman, and when the Humane Society had voted him their medal
, he had accepted it only on condition that the presentation was private and kept out of the papers.
brigade, to dhow-harrying off Zanzibar, there was no variety of naval work which did not appear in his record; while the Victoria Cross, and the Albert Medal
for saving life, vouched for it that in peace as in war his courage was still of the same true temper.
SEVENTY-FIVE Men presented themselves before the President of the Humane Society and demanded the great gold medal
It is related of Bismark, who had been awarded a medal
About twenty-seven years of age, and spoiled, like others, by success, Martin Falleix had had the luck to become the active agent of Monsieur Saillard, the sleeping-partner in the working out of a discovery made by Falleix in smelting (patent of invention and gold medal
granted at the exposition of 1825).
In one hand he grasped a thick staff pointed and shod with metal, while in the other he held his coif or bonnet, which bore in its front a broad pewter medal
stamped with the image of Our Lady of Rocamadour.
I suppose he's making up his mind, here and now, to win the medal
Footnote: The subsequent history of the affair was as follows: Shaftesbury was acquitted by the jury, and his enthusiastic friends struck a medal
in his honor, which drew from Dryden a short and less important satire, 'The Medal