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  • r  in a strident manner
    the cheap clock ticked stridently

  • As an Islamic scholar of note, few questioned his right to lead the AMS, and he organized the clerics' body into a stridently anti-American organization that gave voice to the .
  • Some Unionists feared that Paisley's stridently anti-British stand might provoke a break with London.
  • This increasing politicization of Islam does have societywide consequences as more powerful clerics and Muslim politicians stridently demand that Islamic law become the law of the .

  • John Negroponte in Center for Research on Globalization
    -- on January 11, National Intelligence Director (and serial killer) John Negroponte accused Chavez of being "among the most stridently anti-American leaders anywhere in the world (whose) try(ing) to undercut US influence in Venezuela, in the rest...
  • Gerard Arpey in Wall Street Journal
    Arpey said that AMR would "object loudly and stridently" if an anti-trust immunisation deal was approved for Delta.
  • Charles Enderlin in WorldNetDaily
    The lower court decision was overturned, Enderlin said in a statement to the Post, because "the court believed Karsenty had the right to stridently criticize the [France 2] report, since it dealt with an emotional topic, and that Karsenty's...

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