- adj. alternative spelling of long-held.
“But a recent viewing put a longheld incredulity shared by many of the film's admirers into perspective.”
“This reaffirms my longheld belief the FED is an illegally passed, never ratified, criminal endeavor by foreign bankers (think Rothschild family here) designed to financially enslave all world citizens in perpituity.”
“As we enter a tremendously important election cycle, Barack Obama reminds us that it is possible to find common ground without recanting one's longheld beliefs.”
“One last attempt to prod them to look deeper, think more clearly and do the right thing rather than falling victim, again, to their longheld fears and biases.”
“It will not surprise you to hear that, regardless of how unconventional my views may sometimes be -- e.g., the longheld position that we should divide Iraq into three separate countries and get out -- I personally believe they are not the product of lack of thought, lack of evidence, and blind emotion, but are usually supported by facts, evidence and history.”
“He's a person of deep views and longheld views, but the idea that this was some deal is really wrong.”
“Will we have 0% tax on capital gains of longheld stock?”
“The BBC is keen to suggest that this renewed focus is at one with its longheld position of support.”
“But the drumbeat of detractors grew louder after Democrats lost a longheld Senate seat in Massachusetts, and the party's fortunes in New York State became clouded by the scandal engulfing Mr. Paterson, who is accused of intervening in a domestic-violence case involving a staff member.”
“China, a veto-wielding member of the Security Council, reaffirmed its longheld position and said Tuesday sanctions were not the answer to the Iranian atomic standoff.”
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