Now he was close upon them, and had there been any doubt before, the wild battle cry
which rang from a thousand fierce throats turned the hopes of the royalists cold within their breasts.
It was at once a sight to make one shudder and to cheer; but in a brief second we were engaged once more in our own battle with only the unquenchable battle cry
of the women to remind us that they still fought--"Rise slaves
Just then Uncas struck his tomahawk deep into the post, and raised his voice in a shout, which might be termed his own battle cry
The trumpeters, all the while, blew their blasts shriller and shriller; each soldier shouted a battle cry
, and often fell with it on his lips.
That battle cry
governs most of ``Diary of a Mad Black Woman,'' the screen adaptation of Tyler Perry's popular stage play.
That was the battle cry
Jackson sounded a few weeks ago, when the Lakers trailed the San Antonio Spurs 2-0.
The cry split the night - the do-or-die battle cry
of the imperial Japanese forces.
The gruesome tape shows beheadings and amputations and al-Qaeda fighters chanting Osama bin Laden's battle cry
"to the front, to the front" and urging Indonesians to join the jihad.
In fact, 'Spok'em' has become an action verb for us and has become a common battle cry
during our weekly sales calls", said Rob Meinhardt, CEO at KACE.
When I was going through the recruitment process, the big battle cry
from everybody I met with was, 'You gotta do for North Hollywood what you did to Burbank,''' Ovrom said.
As commissioner of the New York City Police, he cleaned up corruption and instilled many innovative reforms; he left his position overseeing the Navy because it wasn't proactive enough for his tastes, and joined the Rough Riders, where his battle cry
was not ``Charge
A TEACHERS' union sounded a battle cry
yesterday for possible industrial action over working hours.