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Courage is the ability to confront fear in the face of pain, danger, uncertainty or intimidation.
Courage may also refer to:
- Courage (1930 film), a melodrama
- Courage, a 1984 film starring Ronny Cox
- Courage (1986 film), made for TV film starring Sophia Loren
- Courage (Fish Leong album), 2000
- Courage (Paula Cole album), 2007
- Courage (Milton Nascimento album)
- Courage (EP), an 1993 EP by The Bats
- "Courage (for Hugh MacLennan)", a 1992 song by The Tragically Hip from the album Fully Completely
- "Courage" (X-Men TV Episode)
- Courage, the titular character of Courage the Cowardly Dog, an animated television series
- Couráge, the title character in the upcoming book series "The Couráge Cronicals," her name being French for Courage.
- "Courage", a song by Alien Ant Farm
- "Courage", a song by Orianthi
- "Courage", a song by Superchick
- "Courage", a song by Flatfoot 56
- "Courage", a song by The Whitest Boy Alive
- The Courage, a Centralia based Americana band
- Courage (newspaper), a German feminist newspaper published 1976–1984
- Courage Brewery, a former British brewery
- Courage Compétition, a team and company based at Le Mans
- Courage: The Backbone of Leadership, a 2006 book by Gus Lee and Diane Elliott-Lee
- Courage: Eight Portraits, a 2007 book by UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown
- Courage International, a Roman Catholic organization
- Courage UK (originally Courage Trust), a UK-based, not for profit, evangelical Christian organisation
- Courage, the mascot and the motto of the Second Cavalry Regiment, an Australian Army Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment
People with the surname Courage
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