Who doesn't love a rebel?
As an adamant harder than flint have I made thy forehead: fear them not, neither be dismayed at their looks, though they be a rebellious house.
Although busy with her own friends and work, Lillian took the time to listen to the trials of a not-so-eager kindergartener, a defiant tomboy, an awkward adolescent and a rebellious college student.
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At 16, Mary fell in love with Percy Shelley, an aristocrat by birth and atheist by declaration, a rebel at every chance.
The earl was a rakish aristocrat who eluded a death sentence passed on him after joining a rebellion against Elizabeth I.
In 2008, Mariam's older brother, Ilya, spent eight months in prison, accused of being a rebel and possessing a grenade, before being freed for lack of evidence.
Today her organisation funds scholarships in science —in honour of her father, a chemistry professor at the university who was shot by a rebel in 1990.
Agamemnon, in despair, wanted to resign his leadership, but a rebellion of his troops against his indecision threatened to break out, which would kill his brother and himself first and sacrifice his daughter all the same.
Buddy was a beautiful, clever dolpin-but also a rebel who would change the cat and wreck the show. Hubbard hated him and had to show him who was boss.