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  • adv. In an unstinting manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an unstinting manner

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Examples

  • The East Kent Mental Health Trust unstintingly sought effective treatment for him despite many setbacks.

    Henry’s Demons

  • But because of laws that her brother unstintingly supported, that same group was ushered out again: the abortion rate for fetuses diagnosed with Down syndrome, for instance, is estimated to be as high as 90 percent.

    ProWomanProLife » The Kennedys on abortion

  • There can't be many new DVD releases of short film anthologies which are unstintingly riveting all the way through.

    Sex education films: they don't make them like they used to

  • Since 1997 Mr Woolas has been notable within Labour ranks for his unstinting loyalty, be this supporting illegal wars in Iraq, imposing laughably low increases to pensions, making students pay more, breaking election promises, supporting ID cards or any other number of things that would have been inconceivable back in his days as a student activist, Mr Woolas has defended New Labour unstintingly ..

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The son of Mexicans who worked unstintingly at multiple jobs, Diaz recently published an op-ed in the Houston Chronicle on the topic of immigration and the controversial Arizona law.

    Gordon Marino: Finally, Something to Cheer About in Boxing: Marquez-Diaz II

  • If we commit soldiers to battle, we must support them unstintingly.

    On Memorial Day

  • The staff of the United States Reclamation Bureau, Lower Colorado Region, gave unstintingly of their time and knowledge during my research for this book.

    Colossus

  • Since 1993 the Coalition of Immokalee Workers has been working unstintingly to improve these situations, with much success such as seven convictions for slavery in the last 13 years, but there is still a long way to go.

    Kurt Michael Friese: You Say Tomato, I Say Slavery (video)

  • All in all, the Claremont-Pomona exhibitions offer a unique glimpse into the life and work of a man who has given himself over unstintingly to both his own studio work and to the students who have learned from him.

    Peter Clothier: Honoring Roland Reiss

  • It's already been christened in Philadelphia the Miracle at the New Meadowlands, in homage to the original 1978 Miracle at the Meadowlands, and its most ignominious moments have been unstintingly spooled on television since game's end.

    How the Giants Can Bounce Back

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