It taught me that no love, not even that of a man for his wife may be so deep and terrible and self-sacrificing as the love of a father for his daughter."
He has told me how noble and self-sacrificing you have been.
"It is a singular request," she replied, "and one," she smiled, "self-sacrificing
indeed for an angler to grant, for he weighs at least three pounds.
Then it was that she learned the truth of his self-sacrificing devotion.
You have demonstrated a love that is high, and noble, and self-sacrificing. More than that no girl needs to know.
as her mood might be Tess could not well go further and cry, "Marry one of them, if you really do want a dairywoman and not a lady; and don't think of marrying me!" She followed Dairyman Crick, and had the mournful satisfaction of seeing that Clare remained behind.
TO MY MOTHER TO WHOM I OWE A LIFETIME OF A MOTHER'S MOST SELF-SACRIFICING
There's plenty of ballet fodder to be found in the characters, from a self-sacrificing
bird to a self-important firework to a selfish giant.
Blumberg (humanities Michigan State U) has a different take on the self-sacrificing
characters; she finds their sacrifices to be largely economic.
OUR national myth that all who enlist in Her Majesty's Forces are noble and self-sacrificing
patriots has come a cropper.
Perceptions of effectiveness are positively affected when a leader is regarded by followers as being self-sacrificing
. For example, Choi and Mai-Dalton (1999) showed that followers were most ready to reciprocate the behavior of a self-sacrificial leader.
leadership and service to the nation and the world community Baroness Thatcher earned a great respect across the world due to her self-sacrificing
leadership and service for the benefit of her nation, the President said.