Taran's intensity did not waver as he held her gaze.
But his loyalty did not waver; he rejected the proposal and returned to Constantinople in 540.
"That passion which more than all others caused you to waver on the path of virtue," said the Mason.
On this shore Morecambe Bay receives the Wampool and Waver from the plain, the Ellen has its mouth at Maryport, and the Derwent from the Lake District at Workington.
For two years the government seemed to waver, looking now to the Left, now to Hohenwart and his friends; for a time Taaffe really had the support of all parties except the Young Czechs.
But the loyalty of the native troops began to waver 14 as the weeks dragged by and no sign of relief appeared.
Realizing that his cause was not advanced by persuasive eloquence, he adopted a threatening attitude which caused men of sober judgment to waver in their allegiance.
And though ultimately the attribution of responsibility for conduct is further limited to actions which are the result of purposive choice (1rpoaipeoi.), Aristotle appears to waver between a view which regards 7rpoaipecns as involving an ultimate choice between divergent ends of moral action and one which would make it consist in the choice of means to an end already determined.
All these legends waver between the theory of creation, or rather of manufacture, and the theory of evolution.
Guilt made her resolve to drive him away waver.
Stand fast in the Lord, do n't waver, don't fall.
He who wants a peaceful solution in particular cannot waver in this regard.
wanken, to waver).
Our mind shall not waver.
At this, the politicians did waver slightly, but normal confidence was quickly restored.
All cars should come with collision damage waver but check this first.
waver in the face of Arab opposition or British prevarications.
waver for a moment, but the spell ended, and the shield recovered.
waver about for a few seconds and he had little control of the club.
In this resolution he was influenced by the discovery that he could not rely on the expected support of Germany, and the discovery made him waver in his devotion to the German alliance, which had been the main pivot of his foreign policy; but his personal attachment to the emperor William prevented him from adopting a hostile attitude towards the empire he had helped to create.
On one occasion only did he waver in his allegiance to the Habsburgs.
He did not waver in unbelief about the promise of God but was strengthened in faith, giving glory to God.
Stand fast in the Lord, do n't waver, do n't fall.
Ben-Gurion 's own commitment to statehood did not waver in the face of Arab opposition or British prevarications.
The shield seemed to waver for a moment, but the spell ended, and the shield recovered.
Golf became harder as his hands would waver about for a few seconds and he had little control of the club.
With bipolar individuals, emotions waver between extreme highs and lows.
Be proud of who you are, and never waver from your expectations and beliefs.
Many children waver between resentment and guilt, unhappy with the situation that has befallen the family, yet ashamed of the way they sometimes feel about their brother or sister with autism.
Once you've established this budget, refuse to waver.
I waver back and forth between which one I think is the absolute worst, so I present them both for your loathing.
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