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(Ufms 2007)

From the saying "A coward dies a thousand times before his death. The valiant never taste of death but once", - by William Shakespeare in "Julius Caesar", one might infer that

A

both coward and valiant die.

B

a coward constantly and fearfully imagines his own death.

C

the valiant give no thought to how they might be harmed.

D

brave people never die.

E

cowards live less than the valiant.

F

the valiant live longer than cowards.

G

Não sei.