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Meanwhile, other Republicans who may be key to finding sufficient support for the Equality Act, professed to be unaware of the legislation when asked by the Blade.
Again and again, he called out the gap between Northerners’ professed anti-racism and their unwillingness to see, let alone address, deep inequalities at home.
On the one hand we have proudly professed the great principles of democracy, but on the other hand we have sadly practiced the very opposite of those principles.
Levchin professes not to be worried about such challenges, noting that any company in a thriving market will face competitors and price pressures.
You might think it odd that the hardcore Make America Great Again crowd would damage a beloved symbol of the country they profess to support.
The view of riches which socialists and suchlike people profess to take is entirely ill-considered.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
Considering that Maude did not profess to love her husband very much, it was astonishing how keenly she felt this.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
Do not believe this; be certain that those who profess such a doctrine are practising themselves the deceit they condemn so much.
I don't profess to know anything about business, but I flatter myself that I understand my fellow men.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
Mr. Low, "they say, will profess attachment to the cause of liberty, but his sincerity is doubted."

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