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I was adamant about staying active as much as my body could endure.
Barbara Bry, his opponent in the race, also a Democrat, was more adamant.
FDA regulators are adamant that a vaccine will not be approved until it is demonstrated to be safe and effective.
Gordon points out that selectively cutting one out of three old growth trees can be a good thing by opening up more light, but he’s adamant that clear-cutting should no longer be allowed in Alaska.
The Postal Service has been adamant that it can handle a nationwide increase in voting by mail in the general election.
For his part, Cameron was adamant that a Brexit referendum was just a matter of time.
He was strong; his will was adamant as the blade of Trenchefer; to save those dear ones a single pang—what would he not suffer!
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Once he paused at the sealed door, and flung himself against it—adamant had scarce seemed firmer.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
And how I thanked my God for the adamant bulwarks of coral that protected my ark from the fury of the treacherous seas!
I went to General Kock and pleaded with him, but he was adamant.

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