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Sense of smell, of course, is only one of those dog qualities that can't be replicated or improved upon. I've been researching dogs in warfare for my book about 'Rin Tin Tin,' and I've read many accounts of their heroics: carrying messages through battle, alerting troops to enemy planes, and even parachuting behind enemy lines.
Being a Labour home secretary in the 21st century means fighting a constant battle against both extreme Right and Left.
I know in the heat of battle, it's hard not to get angry, especially in the 19th inning.
I have a tremendous battle with melancholy and depression.
The biggest battle that I have is being a woman in the world. That takes center stage for me.
'Cool' is detached and emotionally cool. My instinct is to battle anything that seems overly cool.
I'm not looking for a battle with anybody, neither the council nor our labor partners.
On the contrary, woman is the best equipped fighting machine that ever went to battle.
Richard Le Gallienne
Since woman's rights have come up a young woman is better able to fight her own battle.
When you try to battle with John Ford, you have to give in.
I think the brutality is important to convey as part of the story, to see how brutal it is to have these kids in battle with one another.
It's a big battle to bring quality stuff into theaters across America, for sure.
For me, it's always this constant battle and search when I'm out on stage as to where and when do I really open myself up to the people that are there. How do I let myself feel present in the space, and how do I allow myself to get into the music and interact with the band members.
I suppose I didn't cry in all the cancer crap stuff because I felt I couldn't lose the battle, and part of the battle was holding myself together.
As a writer, I have to go to a different place now. As a person... I want to step off whatever this stage is that I have been given. The argument has been made, the battle remains to be fought - and that requires a different set of skills.
The D-Day moniker wasn't invented for the Allied invasion. The same name had been attached to the date of every planned offensive of World War II. It was first coined during World War I, at the U.S. attack at the Battle of Saint-Mihiel, in France in 1918.
I take life very seriously. I can laugh at it, because what else can you do? But it's a hard daily battle.
In the Muslim world, there are many people who have been vocal and we have been very vocal against extremists. But how to win this battle is an ongoing battle. And we must continue to wage the battle for peace.
Feisal Abdul Rauf
A sweaty Macbeth with blood on his arms coming in fresh from the battle doesn't interest me.
We may disagree among ourselves, but let us never lose sight of that greater battle for one people, one country, one Philippines.
This is going to become a battle for access to your home and office plus mobility. It's about who can provide the biggest and least expensive and fastest pipe to your home and office and offer you a mobility feature.
That a great battle must soon be fought no one could doubt; but, in the apparent and perhaps real absence of plan on the part of Lee, it was impossible to foretell the precise scene of the encounter.
I had a very public battle with anorexia.
With the first 'Hatchet,' I had an epic battle with the ratings board. They kept giving the movie an NC-17. There is absolutely no way that movie should have gotten an NC-17. All the gore in it is so ridiculous and over-the-top that you can't take it seriously.
I honestly believe that TV generally is obsessed with the ratings battle to the point of cutting its own throat.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
John F. Kennedy
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