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For generations, liberal Catholics have connected their faith’s moral teachings to an egalitarian philosophy that militates against war, economic inequality, environmental degradation and civil rights violations.
This seems occasionally to militate against the clearness of the work.
THE TRANSLATIONS OF BEOWULFCHAUNCEY BREWSTER TINKER
There are primarily three factors that militate against the original custom of maternal descent.
Big guns are bad for stream-line, and therefore militate against high submerged speed.
Passion, in him, comprehended many of the worst emotions which militate against human happiness.
THE CAXTONS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
But first I will examine two cases which might at first sight seem to militate against the principles I have enunciated.
NAVAL WARFAREJAMES R. THURSFIELD
But Jerome contemplated his escape at some future day, and therefore feared that if married it might militate against it.
CLOTELLEWILLIAM WELLS BROWN
As your friend I would not advise you to do anything that would militate against your interests.
In such cases it is not their ignorance and disbelief, nor a rational scepticism, that militate against success.
On the other hand, certain facts militate strongly against the story.
UNCLE SAMALBERT MATHEWS

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