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pride

1. a group (of lions)
2. the mettle of a horse; courage; spirit
3. Archaic sexual desire, esp in a female animal

Pride

Thomas. died 1658, English soldier on the Parliamentary side during the Civil War. He expelled members of the Long Parliament hostile to the army (Pride's Purge, 1648) and signed Charles I's death warrant
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"The pride of the Japanese participants closely tracked not only the evaluations of their fellow Japanese, but the evaluations of people from all the other countries, collectivist and individualist alike," emphasizes Sznycer.
Close to five million people tuned in to ITV to watch the Pride of Britain Awards honour the achievements of these remarkable people.
He won Coventry and Warwickshire champion award at the Pride of Coventry and Warwickshire Awards in 2015.