Ahead of entering the Big House in fort Worth, Texas, he told the press: “I will be a model prisoner as I was a model citizen.”
His barracks at fort Carson sat near the artillery range and the booming shells sent him trembling under his bed.
Michael Lamb, a 17-year-old senior at fort Myers High School, believes that a lot of bullies do it to be showboats.
mid-15c., "fortified place, stronghold," from Middle French fort, from noun use in Old French of fort (adj.) "strong, fortified" (10c.), from Latin fortis "strong, mighty, firm, steadfast," from Old Latin forctus, possibly from PIE root *bheregh- "high, elevated," with derivatives referring to hills and hill-forts (cf. Sanskrit brmhati "strengthens, elevates," Old High German berg "hill;" see barrow (n.2)).