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  • r  in a faithful manner

  • But he is also encroaching on states that have recently gone dependably Republican, including Nevada, Virginia and Colorado.
  • The cardiologist suspected that they needed more repetition for their brains to assimilate the patterns dependably.
  • For Duris, who takes on the lead role originally played by the dependably feisty Harvey Keitel, it was a chance to pick up where that golden age of manic, rough-edged, American .

  • Larry Sabato in Gazette Online
    It was once viewed as being ...... a dependably Republican, Midwestern state, and obviously, that's no longer true,Sabato said.
  • Norman Mailer in The Phoenix
    He had the presence of a man of thirty,Mailer writes, "the deferential enthusiasm, the bright but dependably unoriginal mind, of a sales manager promoted for his ability over men older than himself."
  • Roy Blunt in Jerusalem Post
    Increasingly, if you ask a Jewish voter which party is more dependably pro-Israel and focused on the war on terrorism, they would say the Republican Party,Blunt told JTA in a November 2004 election-eve interview.

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