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An overwhelming force, or he will fight like a lion.
He fought like a lion tonight, but it was of no use.
I thought, and so did my colleague, that he would have fought like a lion.
The last survivor was Biscarat, who had fought like a lion.
He might be crazy, but he'll fight like a lion to defend his precious habitat and corporation.
His mother's final words were 'Fight like a lion and don't come back a coward.'
They may fight like a lion or go at something like a bull at a gate.
Despite the danger, Tahir fought like a lion.
I think he can go back to his constituency saying that he is fighting like a lion to maintain the coupled payment.
That's a girl who fights like a lion.'
Even then when most of us would have pushed back he fought like a lion even when everyone else was lying down.
Tom is knocked on the head and dreams that he is the fabled Juan, fighting like a lion for love.
He fought like a lion.
He would not go from it to fight unless compelled, but for it he would have fought like a lion.
The deep wounds in your arms, breast, face-all in front-proclaim that you fought like a lion.
"In life always brave, Fighting like a Lion;
"I fought like a lion, and I didn't give up until the last minute, but I didn't succeed."
Doña Maria knew this very well, but she ignored the truth and made him believe that she thought he had fought like a lion to protect her.
"You can and you mustl You restored Torgan's pride, and he fought like a lion for you.
What I'm afraid of is that you will die, and Milky Fountain and Fights Like A Lion and Beautiful Snow and everyone else.
Silver Cloud was up there, and Mammoth Rider, and one-eyed humpbacked Fights Like A Lion, and fat, sluggish Stinking Musk Ox.
Stalin, he was told by Mr. Gromyko, "fought like a lion so that Poland would be a socialist state friendly to the Soviet Union, and not a panderer to the Western bloc."
The King's brother, the Duke of Clarence, was struck down, and numbers of the French surrounded him; but, King Henry, standing over the body, fought like a lion until they were beaten off.
"I think I have proved so many times when I was down at my lowest point physically, when I had difficulties, I always stayed on the court and fought like a lion."
William, though himself without a helmet, fought like a lion to avenge his uncle's death but was eventually overborne by weight of numbers as well as by another sword thrust from behind - and carried off into captivity.