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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of avocate.

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Examples

  • Does McCain really think Obama has to stand on a soapbox and cry about freedom and indevidual rights and democracy or else he avocates the opposite?

    McCain again pans president's Iran response

  • Even more interesting is that Justice Ternus, who authored the RACI II decision, is now the chief justice of the court she typically favors a very rigorous analytical approach to constitutional and statutory language, which may benefit the SSM avocates.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Giving away the (Iowa) farm:

  • Not hard to imagine certain types of avocates who will “likely” turn on one other whenever they are in a pinch.

    Another AGU Submission? « Climate Audit

  • Of course some ID avocates are still on the second-to-last step.

    Hmm, this sounds familiar... - The Panda's Thumb

  • The loud -mouth bullying cycling avocates are pushing for THEIR type of cycling.

    latimes.com - News

  • The loud -mouth bullying cycling avocates are pushing for THEIR type of cycling.

    latimes.com - News

  • From a humanity standpoint, capitalism avocates inequality and for countries like US to bully poorer countries so as to maintain her economic advantage.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Certainly Nancy Polosi avocates breaking the laws when she says illegal immirgrants are wecome to come.

    NewsHour with Jim Lehrer Podcast | PBS

  • There was a distinct sparkle in the eyes of these avocates for more vigorous involvement in the promotion and regulation of both broadcast and broadband-not least among them FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein-as new dreams of relevance danced in their heads.

    Ars Technica

  • Yes, but he avocates taking ownership rather than letting the dems run with it.

    Hot Air » Top Picks

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