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“It passed today for Nebraska in the Senate (even with the hold-out senators) and could be built upon for the rest of our country.”
“(And pressure from league brass attuned to the upheaval in America circa the Civil Rights Movement) He wasn't the last racist — because they still exist in large numbers in the ownership ranks, but he was the obvious hold-out of the age where men of his sort still expected Black folks to jump in a muddy gutter before thinking to share a sidewalk with him.”
“The arrangement gives undue power to racial extremists, allowing them to either hold-out and extract explosive concessions on racially sensitive issues or cause the dissolution of governments.”
“In the Senate he was a late hold-out but ultimately backed the measure.”
“Fears that Comcast, a content-distributor, would limit access to NBC's programming, which includes CNBC, MSNBC, Universal Studios, various TV channels such as Telemundo and USA, and internet website HULU, among other things, prompted criticism of the merger and the hold-out of one of the voting commissioners.”
“Portland is the lone big city hold-out for commission government in the entire country.”
“Now hold-out Republican donors who've been loathe to commit funds to the lackluster -- though improving -- candidacy of Mitt Romney are just as reluctant to back the "Second Coming" of George W. Bush.”
“It is public knowledge that the Republic of Argentina is facing a number of litigation proceedings with some hold-out bondholders from Argentina's default in 2001–2002.”
“But there's one particularly stubborn hold-out: The "just price" theory of relationships.”
“I must admit that I am a “hold-out,” always reluctant to participate in the collusion because I love studying economics.”
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