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  • r  with passionate fervor

  • Very few of them can say what they mean as fervidly as he.
  • The slouching panelists, two moderate liberals among them, fervidly debate everything from the balanced-budget amendment to the death of patriotism.
  • Woodrow Wilson's spiritualism, so fervidly translated into his political approaches, helped defeat his great dream of putting America in the League of Nations.

  • Bobby Rush in Chicago Sun-Times
    My prayers have been answered, because I prayed fervidly that the governor would . . . appoint an African American,said Rush, whose son is a former Blagojevich administration employee. "We need to have not just one African American in the...

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