He was about two weeks short of being old enough to fly, but still afraidof people and very difficult to catch so that we could continue feeding until he was self-sufficient.
I do have one more somber thought, though, because I really am troubled about this, even though I can see no way to let off even a tiny rant without personally contributing to the very problem of which I speak: I do believe the press, and in particular the broadcast press, took leave of its collective senses last weekend when that little plane disappeared--surely not the first time such a thing has happened, but I am afraidthat the net result, following day after day of relentless, nonstop, overblown, breathless, self-referential, nearly entirely content-free coverage, has been the transformation of a single publicly shared tragedy into something venomous.
The police stationed in the Tentena area are afraidfor their lives.
Pope John Paul II In the early evening of Oct. 16, 1978, the newly elected Pope John Paul II appeared on the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica and told the crowd that he had accepted election even though "I was afraidin receiving the nomination."
It was then that Hatupatu saw their sharp points coming through the rough totara wood and closing upon the gentle pigeon which was not afraid of man - not half so much afraidas he himself of the great white giantess.
Is it possible to be brave and afraidat the same time?
Claiming that American Jewish leaders were becoming exasperated with Israel, Dawn suggested that "the big, bad wolf, of which the U.S. President appears to be mortally afraidwhile dealing with Mr. Netanyahu, exists, perhaps, only in his mind."
If you feel anxious or afraidafter the emergency, remember that it is a normal reaction after a disaster.
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She was quite afraidabout the prospect of after life.