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“After the success of Black Swan, Aronofsky can command the budget he needs for his long-cherished film Noah's Ark.”
“The polls suggest their long-cherished hopes of changing the voting system have also been soundly rejected in a referendum held the same day.”
“Determined to be taken seriously as a writer, Daphne envisages a long-cherished project: a proper, scholarly biography of Bramwell Bronte, whom she believes has been wrongfully neglected and overlooked.”
“Citigroup, for example, fears that a defeat for the Lib-Dems on such a long-cherished policy goal would cause them to abandon the coalition, throwing the UK's fiscal strategy into doubt.”
“Part of the reason that Wake County is such a great place to live, less marred by the racial tension that plagues other cities, is the long-cherished commitment to diversity that dared to dream that kids from different backgrounds could not only grow to accept one another -- but actually enhance each other's education.”
“I made note of these matters while travelling to Germany to realise a long-cherished ambition: to go to the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne and see Hennes the Billy Goat, the subject of conspiracy theories of his own, as we shall see.”
“At last the Tories have embarked upon one of their most long-cherished aims: the destruction of the National Health Service.”
“In March of 2009, a senior White House official outlined a strategy for a "grand bargain," in which Democrats would capitulate to Republicans on some long-cherished environmental beliefs in exchange for a cap on carbon emissions.”
“The new Oxford to Bedford rail link is part of a long-cherished plan to revive the "varsity link" with Cambridge.”
“But the measures also threaten many long-cherished sacred cows and brings dire warnings from those affected.”
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