- n. Plural form of stalwart.
“Sunday night I went to Greektown with a group of stalwarts from the BWB.”
“I also had a great brunch with some stalwarts from the Brotherhood Without Banners, who seem to be everywhere these days.”
“Yes the Duvaliers stole millions of dollars, and their support came from among others, the U.S., as they were Latin American stalwarts in the anti-communist hysteria of the times and as usual, increased the debt of the country significantly.”
“Tickets for Merge XX-the scrappy independent label's five-day 20th-anniversary celebration, set to take place July 22-26 in North Carolina-go on sale Wednesday, and it looks like a pretty incredible deal: $150 gets you tickets to all five nights, and the bills include label stalwarts like Superchunk, Spoon, Guv'ner, Polvo, and the Rosebuds.”
“An example is something I added where the music's written by Eleni Karaindrou who's worked with some ECM label stalwarts (Jan Garbarek's instantly recognisable on the track).”
“There are some major-label stalwarts who have stuck around and who still get the job done quite well, but these are becoming quite rare.”
“- So, in our system of Crony Casino Corporatism, Alan Greenspan had the foolishness to think banking institutions would work in their mythical self-interest to be sound long-term stalwarts of honesty, integrity, principal and freedom?”
“I really love Warren’s renderings of Marvel stalwarts from the cover image.”
“At the end of the day though, you like what you like and cretinous scenemakers be damned — which (conjecturing here) may be why Zach Smith, bassist for Touch & Go label stalwarts Pinback, loves Star Trek, so much so that he once even made a fan film, as revealed in an article, “Let Your Geek Flags Fly,” that ran in the San Diego CityBeat paper last week.”
“Case studies of eight long-term stalwarts of the nonproliferation regimeâ€ "Egypt, Germany, Japan, Saudi Arabia,”
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