“Abdullah sacked his cabinet Tuesday amid clamors for more economic and political reform.”
““I must work with circumspection in order to reply to their clamors,” he advised Forbes, because if anything went wrong “they would not hesitate to attribute it to the choice of the road.””
“She gets adoration from her supporters by talking publicly in speeches against the MSM, then clamors for the attention when she's getting withdrawl symptoms from being out of the limelight for a few days.”
“Republican the next; which discovers and lifts up a prophet to-day that it may stone him tomorrow; which clamors for the book everybody else is reading, for no reason under the sun save that everybody else is reading it.”
“In the managed-floating exchange regime that Beijing operates, one would expect all these trends to lead to a currency depreciation, not the rise for which Washington clamors.”
“Another star cat from our video, Velcro, is super affectionate and clamors for attention.”
“It clamors for the sort of individual who isn't overly familiar with the Twilight Zone-ish endings it peddles so fervently.”
“Other times because he is very small he clamors over the thick white borders of Polaroids.”
“And after Treasury shot him in the back on the compensation issue, the clamors on the left to fire Geithner is their one hissyfit to which I throw a great deal of sympathy.”
“For her b-day, instead of requesting lasagna or spaghetti and meatballs a reasonable request, her eyes open wide and she clamors for "BONE MARROW".”
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