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Greg grew up in small-town Oklahoma and quickly tired of the rabid fan base, cheering instead for the Houston Oilers and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Once or twice Madden attempted to make things pleasanter for his former friend, but was repulsed rabidly.
Traditions of subordination and discipline survived in an army, not the less thoroughly French, because it was rabidly Republican.
BORDER AND BASTILLEGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
"You know well enough that we can't hope to convince a rabidly anti-railroad commission," was the half-angry retort.
Garribardine was a Scotch title while her ladyship was rabidly English.
Though I fear that this is a little arbitrary, I am not disposed to fly rabidly at every scientific opinion.
"All addressed to rabidly anti-Terran Rakkeed disciples," von Schlichten replied.
ULLR UPRISINGHENRY BEAM PIPER
The Australasian is of course Conservative, but not quite so rabidly so as the Argus.
TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
He was rabidly anti-Teutonic and attempted to compress all the great masters of art into the French mould.
Among the men who were rabidly set on distinguishing themselves in one way or another was a Major Beak.
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