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  • Steadfastly against the armistice, the cantankerous president had threatened to detach the ROK Army from UN Command and continue the war, and in June he ordered ROK guards to free NKPA prisoners who did not want to be repatriated; 25,000 escaped, and the UN submitted a formal written apology, which Communist negotiators grudgingly accepted.

    Between War and Peace

  • WASHINGTON -- Steadfastly refusing to weigh in on the gun rights debate following the deadly shootings in Tucson, the Obama administration now finds itself behind...

    Kaine Supports Gun Control Measures, White House Silent

  • Steadfastly against the armistice, the cantankerous president had threatened to detach the ROK Army from UN Command and continue the war, and in June he ordered ROK guards to free NKPA prisoners who did not want to be repatriated; 25,000 escaped, and the UN submitted a formal written apology, which Communist negotiators grudgingly accepted.

    Between War and Peace

  • Steadfastly had my father, new school, refused to let me go to England for my education.

    SHIN-BONES

  • WASHINGTON -- Steadfastly refusing to weigh in on the gun rights debate following the deadly shootings in Tucson, the Obama administration now finds itself behind not only former Vice President Dick Cheney but also the head of its own party committee.

    Kaine Supports Gun Control Measures, White House Silent

  • Steadfastly had my mother, old school, refused, her heathen mind too dark to place any value on education, while it was shrewd enough to discern that education led to unbelief in all that was old.

    SHIN-BONES

  • Steadfastly ignoring her, Berem had steered the ship deeper and deeper into the heart of the storm.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • Steadfastly determined to hog the headlines in this morning's Rumours, Roy Hodgson and Liverpool feature in this paragraph too.

    Football transfer rumours: Dirk Kuyt or Roque Santa Cruz to Inter?

  • Steadfastly bearish since April, which Biderman says has been very frustrating, he sees a market decline of about 20% kicking off at any time.

    Dan Dorfman: Is Strong Wrong ... Or Weak Right?

  • Steadfastly adhering to our core beliefs, even when its tough, looks like strength to me.

    Is it weakness to try terrorists in civilian court?

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