never-flagging love

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  • Were it not for the never-flagging encouragement of my family, I might have taken that critique to heart and not only thrown that manuscript away but thrown my dream away as well.

    One Simple Act

  • And when there were no more funds to give, she helped by her gay courage and never-flagging interest...

    Sophie Mannerheim

  • Altair climbs churches and walls with never-flagging vigor, hoping to strike down an arms trader or slave runner.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • It suddenly occurred to me why some people like the GOP: they like lies, and the GOP is a never-flagging source of lies.

    Think Progress » Right-Wing Attack On Pelosi Over ‘Union Hypocrisy’ Systematically Debunked

  • I believe that the interior of this country presents a much more inviting field for the philanthropist than does the west coast, where missionaries of the Church Missionary, United Presbyterian, and other societies have long labored with most astonishing devotedness and never-flagging zeal.

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • We took Matt Dawson and Jen Albano home to Cobble Hill, and played with their terrier puppy Henry, who has the never-flagging entertainment value of running around the yard like a baby kangaroo on steroids.

    5/6/02 When I was talking

  • King's reported eccentricity and mysterious private life -- he was rumored to live alone in a concrete bunker under the desert, afraid of being exposed to ultraviolet rays because of the depleted ozone layer, afraid of breathing anything but specially filtered air -- not only created an air of mystique but tapped into the public's never-flagging interest in the Howard Hughesian rich and strange.

    The Store

  • But all this Alice declined with as much consistency as she did those other struggles which her old cousin made on her behalf -- strong, never-flagging, but ever-failing efforts to induce the girl to go to such places of worship as Lady Macleod herself frequented.

    Can You Forgive Her?

  • A warm sensation crawled over my naked balls, elongating and toughening my never-flagging organ.

    Beauty's Punishment

  • As her life passed on and infirmities grew apace, it seemed that Mrs. Fry's zeal and charity grew also, for she planned and schemed to do good with never-flagging delight.

    Elizabeth Fry

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