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  • r  in a noble manner
    she has behaved nobly

  • When an American visitor at a royal military review observed that Queen Elizabeth was bearing up nobly under a beastly sun, a British matron snapped back: "It's the horses must be .
  • The board, nobly it thought, got a city-wide vote to build a fine new Lincoln on the same spot.
  • Paul Adelstein serves nobly as the comic foil; Geoffrey Rush as a blithe, then ferocious cuckold; Julia Duffy as a rich divorce; Jonathan Hadary as a purring aristocrat-for-hire .
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  • Nick Minchin in ABC Online
    As Defence Minister he has shown great compassion for those who so nobly serve our nation on the frontline,he said. "I am personally grateful to John for his support, care and compassion when my son was seriously injured in a military...
  • Abraham Lincoln in Power Line (blog)
    In his first message to Congress in 1862, Lincoln warned that we might "nobly save, or meanly lose, the last best hope of earth."
  • Joe Biden in
    They lived with integrity. They served nobly. They gave everything. They fought for what they believed in,Biden said. "They believed in something bigger themselves ...... they believed all of you, they believed in all of us, and they...

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