And because of their unwavering service to country and commitment to our military, our nation is nobler
and stronger, and will be, forever more.
However, the question is not whether it is nobler
to suffer slings and arrows.
Rachel Corrie's shoe itself is nobler
than all the Likudniks combined, from Israel to New York City, and equally nobler
are the organizations that defend the rights of the Palestinians, which the extremists attacked.
The premier, who today checked on the seven-storey apartment building which collapsed in Wadi Seer on Wednesday, said it is necessary to revamp mechanism of renewing construction permits to safeguard "souls of citizens, an objective nobler
than fast financial profit based on fraud".
I never was in the company of an Arab who was of a nobler
character than him.
Philosophy is a nobler
calling and practices a nobler
Presumably what underlies the difference between the two is the old erroneous idea that priesthood is a nobler
state of life than is marriage.
Too bad that, in reality, he's a serial offender whose contrition is inspired by nothing nobler
We feel and see Greta Garbo's beauty as finer and nobler
precisely because it bears the stamp of sorrow and loneliness.
Strauss' treatment of the far nobler
Don Quixote is on the surface far more attractive, yet the musical material is so vapid (the tedious wind-machine and the bathetically braying sheepimitating brass among so much notespinning) that the narrative is devalued almost as soon as it starts.
Whether 'tis nobler
in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to join Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union.
A S DEVOTEES of this column will know, Mr Brocklebank is not a fan of the round ball, generally finding that the nobler
, more Corinthian qualities are found in the young men of rugby, who run with the oval ball.