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vociferous

voh si fuh ruhs

  • s  conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
    a vociferous mob

  • After the dictator was thrown out, a new regime had risen, scrupulously constitutional and commanding vociferous public support.
  • Everywhere the populace acclaimed the new king with vociferous cheers.
  • She was vociferous in her denial about having plagiarized the music score and said that she would file a defamation suit against the reporter who called her a plagiarist.
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  • NSA Cramping Your Style? Use These Easy Encryption Solutions
    Also, the NSA might not be the only ones checking in on phone call and e-mail data. Here is a basic guide to digital discretion. Ever since we learned that the NSA and FBI are archiving metadata from America's mobile phone and email providers , we've become increasingly interested in encryption services. There is a vociferous subculture of cypherpunks (those who advocate broad use of strong ...
    June 21, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine
Quotes

  • Paul McCartney in New York Daily News
    Getting Stella's seal of approval was very important for Paul,a McCartney confidant told the Sunday Mirror. "All Paul's children had massive reservations about Heather - but it was Stella who was the most vociferous."
  • Joe Maddon in USA Today
    Throwing mustard packs at my granddaughter is not very cool,Maddon said. "The other part about it I'm good with. If you want to be vociferous with us, I am fine with that. If you want to have arguments about Coors Light versus Rolling...
  • Mark Noll in Christian Post
    Most Americans are pragmatists. There will be a fraction of evangelical Protestants who will be vociferous in their opposition to Romney, but depending on who the other candidates are, that could be a very small fraction,said Mark Noll, an...

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