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This division has made partisan fights about Covid-19 especially fierce and consequential, particularly between Democratic leaders, including Evers, and Republican leaders in charge of the state’s Assembly and Senate.
We have to learn to hear criticism and fierce debate without thinking it’s a bad thing but rather could lead to compromise and consensus.
An advocate of progressive, socially-minded economic policies, Reich is a fierce critic of unfettered free-market capitalism, which he believes has yielded the heightened economic inequality plaguing the United States today.
If he’s successful, HBO Max’s competition will become even fiercer.
Airborne transmission has become a topic of fierce contention, partly because it makes it far riskier to reopen spaces like restaurants, gyms, bars, schools, and offices.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, our Startup Battlefield competition this year looks to be fiercer than ever, judging by the applicants.
In the United States this habit is responsible for the fierce battle always raging over states’ rights.
Going high means standing fierce against hatred while remembering that we are one nation under God, and if we want to survive, we’ve got to find a way to live together and work together across our differences.
No matter what industry or field your business participates in, a fierce competition is always inevitable.
On his loins was a lion of great fierceness, and coiled round his waist was a hissing mamba (snake).

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