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“On the sixth anniversary of her father's assassination, Tueni wrote a front page editorial entitled "Steadfast...forever.”
“And so began the daring deeds of the hero known as Captain Steadfast.”
“So he steered me towards a range of 54mm toy soldiers called Steadfast, and I bought another square of soldiers.”
“The Voyage of the "Steadfast" -- The Young Missionaries in the Pacific, by W.H.G. Kingston.”
“Shot down in the skies over Pearl Harbour, leaping from his plummeting P-36 Hawk without a parachute, Captain Steve "Steadfast" Sturgeon can only pray for a miracle.”
“Steadfast" had been their field-word and they had lived up to it: now they were about to die by it.”
“But "Steadfast" was probably Sir Percival's middle name (or his uncle's middle name, anyway), so the knight decided to approach”
“The lonely life he had pictured to his friends, that last night on the "Steadfast," fell far short of the reality that awaited him.”
“It was a bold thing for him to do, seeing that Rose was nearly as tall as her sister; but he clasped her in his arms and kissed her "cheek and chin" as he had done that misty morning on the deck of the "Steadfast" so many years ago.”
“Yes; he was greatly changed since the night he had stood with the rest an the deck of the "Steadfast," watching the gleaming lights of a strange city.”
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