"I'd have stayed on good firm ground and let them dare
"I dare say you are, and I am sure I do not at all wonder at it.
"You may well be surprised," continued Lucy; "for to be sure you could have had no idea of it before; for I dare say he never dropped the smallest hint of it to you or any of your family; because it was always meant to be a great secret, and I am sure has been faithfully kept so by me to this hour.
"I am sure," said she, "I have no doubt in the world of your faithfully keeping this secret, because you must know of what importance it is to us, not to have it reach his mother; for she would never approve of it, I dare say.
"You know his hand, I dare say, a charming one it is; but that is not written so well as usual.--He was tired, I dare say, for he had just filled the sheet to me as full as possible."
"Never," she replied, "for, in the first place, they would know that we would not dare go there, and in the second they themselves would not dare."
"I dare follow wherever you lead," she answered simply.
"My dear Miss Woodhouse, a vast deal may be done by those who dare to act.
Miss Fairfax, I dare say, would not have me if I were to ask herand I am very sure I shall never ask her."
Let me not suppose that she dares go about, Emma Woodhouseing me!
There is a connection between what's happening to us and what's happening to Burma," said Pare Rogers, volunteer technical advisor for the Drug and Alcohol Recovery Education (DARE
) Network in the Thai-Burma border.
to believe that by transforming myself I can transform the whole world.