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  • [164] While the phrase "Immigration can kill you" could be interpreted as suggesting that Canada should deny entry to certain groups, the expression would not, in my view, give rise to "unusually strong and deep-felt emotions of detestation, calumny and vilification", to which the Supreme Court referred in Taylor.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Holocaust memorial as the centerpiece of his first day in Israel (which he certainly wasn't required to do), as evidence of his deep-felt concern.

    Interreligious Dialogue

  • In something like this, people responding, they have a very sort of deep-felt need to respond instantly to something.

    CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2010

  • And, look, things are much more understandable and this sort of the -- to talk about the concerns generally is not as powerful as seeing it expressed in the clearly very heartfelt, very deep-felt views of people.

    CNN Transcript Aug 16, 2009

  • You, Madam and fellow Americans, earned my deep-felt congratulations.

    Beth Arnold: Pay Attention: Americans Who Live Abroad Are Still Americans

  • Roses or not, the outpouring of visitors to each Saint Therese site suggests satisfaction of some deep-felt need.

    A Saint Hits The Road

  • In part, this has been a celebration of a hard-won ascendancy over nature, but it has also been due to the need to express a deep-felt spiritual or emotional commitment, often inspired by a site's beauty or its character.

    Historical Guide: the Five Monumental Wonders in the U.S.A.

  • One of the things that makes this country work is a deep-felt respect for a democratic way of life.

    It's That Time Of Year ...

  • Although I knew the Afghans had a deep-felt sense of duty to their dead, I was appalled they would even consider such a move now.

    An Ordinary Soldier

  • At the service, pilot Mike Jefferson and the rest of the crew are given an American flag, and they are deeply touched by the dozens of Scots who approach them after the service to express their deep-felt sorrow.

    Touching History

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