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““Vociferous” was too strong. - “vehement” or “spirited” is what I was trying to say.”
“Vociferous southern Senators like Richard Shelby and Bob Corker made it clear during the auto industry hearings yesterday that they would very much like to see Detroit automakers go bankrupt, without ...”
“Vociferous southern Senators like Richard Shelby and Bob Corker made it clear during the auto industry hearings yesterday that they would very much like to see Detroit automakers go bankrupt, without mentioning how it would benefit the heavily subsidized foreign automakers in their right-to-work states.”
“Vociferous Iranian declarations about the need to erase Israel from the map are seen as nothing more than a means toward achieving certain pragmatic goals, such as eventual détente with the West.”
“Vociferous criticism of Voltaire and his work quickly erupted, with some critics emphasizing his rebellious and immoral proclivities while others focused on his precise scientific views.”
“Vociferous Mole: I took Scalzi to mean “a candidate whom conservatives loathe [McCain] and one who has no chance of winning [Huckabee].””
“# Vociferous Moleon 13 Feb 2008 at 1:28 pm a candidate whom conservatives loathe and one who has no chance of winning.”
“Vociferous objection to the new racing style came from Norway, a skiing powerhouse that was rather set in its ways.”
“Vociferous critics, however, both within Iraq and internationally, did not want to give the Marine Corps such a gruesome opportunity.”
“Vociferous, critical, ingenious, knowing and advertising only its own kind, it forms an iridescence shimmering over the surface of the bog, and disguising the peat below.”
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