I was past speaking; I put her down gently in silence, and waited on the lower flight of stairs until I was fit to face the world
Could a De Montfort face the world
with such a man for husband?"
Mantrap, who will ride at any fence which any man in England will take, and who drives her greys in the park, while her mother keeps a huckster's stall in Bath still--even those who are so bold, one might fancy they could face anything dare not face the world
without a female friend.
Let's face the world
together, not alone, but as a United Kingdom, and let's be strong, brave, and committed.
The challenges that face the world
are so huge that inspired partnerships are needed at every level.
Despite Martin's strides, those who refuse to look beyond the scars on his face constantly challenge him, making it difficult for him to "face the world
And he has been involved with the Vancouver-based Face The World
charity for several years.
He was so floored in the Faroes, he needed to make a phone call to his mum before he could step outside the shell-shocked dressing room to face the world
Aside from the obvious good looks, I was moved by his decision to come out and face the world
. His attitude about trying to make the world a place he would like it to be is a risky but worthwhile pursuit.
Fairweather gives three simple steps so you can face the world
Men who tried to infiltrate the wider world, only to be stamped out and tossed back into fields tended by tireless women who one day soon will pull their bodies upright, untie the children from their backs, slide them gently to the ground, and turn to face the world
, so their *vehemence* may be known.
Davies said: "The key thing to come out of this announcement is that players should realise that one big performance this weekend could easily play them into the side to face the world
champions in front of a big home crowd the following Saturday."