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  • r  in an outspoken manner
    he was outspokenly critical of the Government's new social policy

  • South Viet Nam's Chinese, one of Southeast Asia's most outspokenly anti-Communist communities, reacted promptly.
  • Their demands: more press freedom and the reinstatement of Qin Benli, who was fired three weeks ago as editor of China's most outspokenly liberal journal, the weekly World Economic .
  • Editor Iribarren roused the Caudillo's ire by publishing an article outspokenly critical of Spain's press censorship (PTI, May 31).
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  • Android vs. iPhone: Which Should You Buy?
    Thomas Edison vs. Nikola Tesla. Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal. Amanda Bynes vs Twitter The world is full of great rivalries, and for smartphones , there are no exceptions. The iPhone vs Android debate is a staple within the tech community; most users will loyally (and outspokenly ) tell you why their respective devices, and theirs only, are the far superior choices. See also: Kindle vs. Nook ...
    July 24, 2013 - Mashable

  • Max van den Berg in Independent
    Max van den Berg, head of the European Union observer mission, said: "For now the assessment is outspokenly negative? I'm very concerned."
  • Gerhard Schroeder in Payvand
    On Iran, we are very much in agreement that it is important that Iran does have the right to civilian use of nuclear power, but we have very outspokenly agreed that they must not have the potential on a nuclear weapon whatsoever,Schroeder...
  • Fred Kaplan in San Francisco Chronicle
    He suddenly became rather outspokenly critical of these ideas of limited nuclear war,Kaplan said. "They had taken a direction he now regretted."

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