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The modern incarnation was popularized in the 1970s and 1980s by Georges Duboeuf, a leading negociant and champion of beaujolais who died in early January at 86.

They hold seminars, events, and workshops all throughout the year and partner with organizations to champion issues.

She ends up playing the boys in the club simultaneously, including last year’s champion.

Some politicians are now championing industrial policy as the way forward.

The past two NBA champions, the Lakers and Toronto Raptors, are proof of what can be accomplished by channeling urgency properly.

While King has shepherded The Good Wife, Commander in Chief was championed by ABC executive Anne Sweeney.

She has championed women in countries where they are oppressed through Vital Voices.

By doing so, we will also achieve what Du Bois championed: practical idealism based in lifelong learning.

Other feminist sites have championed objectifying men in tit-for-tat fashion as empowering women.

And there was a time, prior to the one-two punch of Catwoman and Elektra, when superhero films were championed minority heroes.

He was an illustrious old pike boy and championed the glories of the road on many an occasion.

It championed the cause of the Gaelic League, of native industries, of native music and of native games.

The soft plan of dealing with Germany's war cost was championed by Secretary Daniels.

In Dr. Cathcart "civilization" championed his forces against an attack singular enough.

Maria Matilda observed the state of affairs, and decided that it was unjust, so she championed the little teacher.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to championed, such as: approved, assisted, endorsed, favored, advocated, and aided.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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