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1  He had finally summoned the courage to descend.
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2  "Dispense with all the moral courage you can," I said briskly.
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3  For moral courage is a worthless asset on this little floating world.
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4  Maud was all this to me, an unfailing source of strength and courage.
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5  And so with me if I should exercise what little moral courage I may possess.
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6  Leach, one of the men who were murdered, had moral courage to an unusual degree.
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7  He seemed, rather, to have the courage of his convictions, the certainty of his manhood.
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8  Whatever was to be done I must do for myself; and out of the courage of fear I evolved the plan of fighting Thomas Mugridge with his own weapons.
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9  "I say what I think, sir," the sailor answered courageously, not failing at the same time in ship courtesy, which demanded that "sir" be appended to each speech he made.
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10  It was also serious, for I learned that he was capable of using it, that under all his cowardice there was a courage of cowardice, like mine, that would impel him to do the very thing his whole nature protested against doing and was afraid of doing.
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11  It is no pleasant picture I can conjure up of myself, Humphrey Van Weyden, in that noisome ship's galley, crouched in a corner over my task, my face raised to the face of the creature about to strike me, my lips lifted and snarling like a dog's, my eyes gleaming with fear and helplessness and the courage that comes of fear and helplessness.
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