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He interrogated many of the 17 GOP aspirants in 2016 on their support for Israel.
SHELDON ADELSON, CASINO MAGNATE WHO INFLUENCED POLICY FROM D.C. TO JERUSALEM, DIES AT 87DONALD FRAZIERJANUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Elder Brewster especially entreated for him, though this strange pulpit aspirant had hoped to supplant him.
WILLIAM BRADFORD OF PLYMOUTHALBERT HALE PLUMB
I bring this general indictment in order that the eyes of the aspirant may be opened to the opportunities which await her.
JOURNALISM FOR WOMENE.A. BENNETT
Roscoe was an excellent guide to the young aspirant, pointing to the Greeks as the only examples for a sculptor.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 8VARIOUS
Mr. Campbell is a stanch democrat and is commendably interested in public affairs, although not an aspirant for office.
LYMAN'S HISTORY OF OLD WALLA WALLA COUNTY, VOL. 2 (OF 2)WILLIAM DENISON LYMAN
A political aspirant who is forced to decide between his manager and his wife has need of all the philosophy at his command.
THE OPINIONS OF A PHILOSOPHERROBERT GRANT
His cup was full when he could hear John's masterful voice addressed to Mrs. Rapp, Junior, or another aspirant.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
No public event attracts more attention in America than a gladiatorial fight to the finish between the champion and some aspirant.
AS A CHINAMAN SAW USANONYMOUS
But Hardin was the aspirant from the neighboring county of Morgan, and apparently therefore not included in this arrangement.
A SHORT LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNJOHN G. NICOLAY
Would any sane man give such an advice to an aspirant of the fine arts?
THE YOUNG PRIEST'S KEEPSAKEMICHAEL PHELAN

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