(1) This poorly regarded army produced some outstanding leaders and redoubtable soldiers, and several developments had long-term importance.(2) In 1926, a redoubtable woman called Miss Elsie Wagg laid the foundations for the National Gardens Scheme.(3) Sure, they are redoubtable opponents, but brawny, one-dimensional teams deficient in natural ability will not seriously challenge the world's best.(4) Not until Richard usurped the throne in 1483 did Henry's prospects brighten, his cause sustained largely by his redoubtable mother.(5) And what about his equation with his redoubtable father?(6) It was his redoubtable mother Jan who brought him and his elder sister up alone after his father ran off when he was three, who nurtured his talent for showing off, singing and performing in the pub she ran.(7) Only the redoubtable Sam Smyth succeeded where all others failed.(8) The menu, which is undergoing continuous additions, begins with a potted history of the redoubtable lady, Queen Victoria herself.(9) Despite his odd profession, and his generally humane views, he is as tough and as passionate as Caesar, and a redoubtable adversary to him.(10) But, seriously, if any player can match talent with the redoubtable Williams this year, it's Rush.(11) Border's redoubtable team had all but been humbled.(12) It is the inspiration for the story of a redoubtable guy who has seen an injustice and has been dedicating a part of his life to correcting it.(13) A sportsman to his fingertips, the redoubtable John Joe has left many of us with some tremendous memories of his hurling and footballing feats.(14) The name may not be immediately familiar to you, but Nesbitt was one of British television's most redoubtable character actors throughout the 1960s.(15) The redoubtable chefs have prepared an expansive range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes to satisfy the true gourmets.(16) Three points down after seven games, he pulled up to equality, only to see his redoubtable opponent draw away again.