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But a group of livid fans—over 45,000 of them, actually—are still lobbying to “Bring Beth Back!”

When he returned to New York, Lemkin became a one-man lobbying machine.

Lemkin died penniless at a bus stop in 1959, on his way to another day lobbying at the United Nations.

E.g., the U.S. Chamber of Commerce spent $136.3 million lobbying in 2012 and $74.7 million in 2013.

I opined about lobbying – smart clients hiring smart guys who use smart tactics to get smart with the government.

The repudiation of active politics did not carry with it a condemnation of legislative action or "lobbying."

Both reiterated views which during two days of lobbying they had disseminated in Columbia "on all proper occasions."

I reckon I can show Banks something that beats lobbying and log-rolling for contracts.

On Sunday there must have been considerable lobbying done, as can be seen by the vote taken on Monday.

There was no lobbying, and, in fact, it was not necessary for me to go to Albany at all.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lobbying, such as: urge, request, push, persuade, solicit, and press.

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