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The endgame for Hamas, avowedly in both word and deed, is Jewish genocide.
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Domestically, the former governor offers an avowedly nationalistic agenda, focused on American self-sufficiency.
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Novelty aside, the real question is whether these avowedly chaste men of the cloth are listening.
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More disconcerting still, Lady Sarah was avowedly happy with her baronet-husband.
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This munificence was avowedly for the credit of the settlement.
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She has been put into an avowedly trying position, and does not deserve hard judgment for not being happy in it.
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All these thoughts, avowedly or unconsciously, returned to him.
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The Roman Catholics in general are avowedly for the measure.
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But he was overwhelmed with shame for her because she was avowedly what she was.
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avowedly he was ready to lay the time-honored principles of civil right and the ancient law at the feet of the Slave Power.
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a male given name, form of Abram. Contemporary Examples Obama joked that his two sons, Yair and Avram, were handsome and therefore they must take after their mother. Obama and Netanyahu Make Peace During President’s First Israel Visit Eli Lake March 19, 2013 Historical Examples One side of the square was illuminated with the word […]