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This book is a stunning look at how societal systems connect history to the present, for better or worse, and how warped the message around the truth can become when those in power can’t tell their story or proclaim their injustices en masse.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer, Supervisor Greg Cox and others convened business leaders and proclaimed that San Diego was ready to reopen.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to explain on Friday why his company waited a day to remove the account of a self-proclaimed militia group that called for violence against protesters in Kenosha, Wis.
Emmanuel Macron of France solemnly proclaimed that “we are at war.”
World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab proclaimed that business now had to “fully embrace stakeholder capitalism,” and the theme of the 2020 Davos conference became “Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World.”
Charitable organizations are well positioned to assist by reminding corporate America of its self-proclaimed purpose and offering ways to help it stay true to those ideals.
Manchin went so far as to appear in ads showing him shooting at policies he disliked and proclaiming “for me, it’s all about West Virginia.”
Stung to the soul, Louis threw himself at her feet, to proclaim his innocence of all these inferences, before heaven and her.
He paused; and hastily wrote a few lines, to say that parent still lived, and would yet proclaim himself with honour to the world.
Mademoiselle affected for her gaoler a most unconquerable aversion, and this she took pains to proclaim.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI

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