“If we can't find grounds for full-throated praise of our president, we can at least find lots of reasons to condemn the opposition.”
“I was able to troll him into a full-throated defense of separation of powers and a rejection of the unitary executive theory.”
“That conciliatory position stands in some contrast to the full-throated support offered to Bahrain's ruling Al Khalifa family by Saudi Arabia.”
“—President Barack Obama returned to Western Michigan Thursday for the second time in little more than a year to give his most full-throated defense of job-growth initiatives amid a faltering economy and political gridlock in Washington.”
“After years of rumors about pimply geeks with laptops plotting a takeover of English soccer, the game's statistical rebels have received a full-throated welcome into the hallowed grounds of the Premier League.”
“Clinton, who once trod gently on the question of pushing a human rights agenda, gave a full-throated defense Friday of U.S. values and put the Chinese on notice that it would figure importantly in the future, as well.”
“Lieberman's problems with his party began with his full-throated support for the war in Iraq early last decade, and he lost a 2006 Democratic primary based largely on that issue.”
“As a 30-year old newspaper and vibrant website committed to both in-depth news reporting and full-throated commentary, we do not believe that using the court system to stifle or chill free speech is ever appropriate.”
“As we give full-throated expression to the values that we cherish, we should argue for principle and avoid personal attack.”
“Then she breaks into song, delivering "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" in a full-throated mezzo-soprano voice.”
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