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  • r  in a strenuous manner; strongly or vigorously
    he objected strenuously to the stand his party was taking

  • The idea of the awards was conceived by Lambdin Kay, public-service director for station WSB in Atlanta, and strenuously pushed by University of Georgia's publicity-minded dean .
  • Though the CIA and the FBI were already working strenuously to portray Oswald as a communist agent, Bobby Kennedy rejected this view.
  • Lawyers for detainees fingered by al-Qahtani strenuously object to that evidence.
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  • How total could US government surveillance be?
    Amid revelations (confirmed) that the US National Security Agency has been collecting basic data on most of the phone calls made in the US, and new claims (so far strenuously denied) that it can directly ...
    June 7, 2013 - Quartz via Yahoo! Finance
  • Former Consumer Bureau Official to Launch Lending Business
    Raj Date Raj Date is launching a mortgage-lending venture. One of the former leaders of a new federal consumer bureau is making a contrarian bet on the mortgage-lending market. Mortgage industry executives have argued strenuously that lenders won’t make loans outside a set of parameters defined earlier this year by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But Raj Date, who served as the CFPB’s ...
    June 6, 2013 - Wall Street Journal Blogs

  • Tom Hamilton in FOXNews
    I just think that based on some of the comments the Florida coach has made in the last two weeks, he has been campaigning strenuously for a berth in the championship game and making some statements about Michigan that I think were... Lloyd Carr USA Today Dec 4, 2006 95290 126581 strenuously I guess it's one of those rewards that we get for keeping the band together," said Hamilton. "It might be the silver lining of the Napster cloud, too. Far more of this audience will hear our music via this game than if we had strenuously...
  • Peter Gelb in Washington Post
    The movie theaters objected strenuously,Met general manager Peter Gelb said Wednesday. "They are used to this model that has been established between the major movie chains and the major studios in Hollywood, which has a 120-day window."

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