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We’re all in happy, however, that Leeds United is back in the EPL — not necessarily because of their style, but because Geoff would very much like all former stalwarts relegated out of the Premier League to find their way back in.
Paid search advertising has always been a stalwart of performance in economic downturns.
People in stalwart democracies such as Canada, Germany, and the UK are particularly critical.
The likes of Apple and Amazon are thriving as consumers buy digital gadgets for working at home and flock to online shopping, while value stalwarts in such sectors as airlines, retail, and hotels have taken their worst beating in decades.
The Dodgers, winners of seven-straight division titles and two of the last three NL pennants, return a lineup with stalwarts like Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, Justin Turner and Corey Seager, and they added a star in a trade for Mookie Betts.
Big, stalwart men, the power of conscious strength in their step and bearing.
She falls in love with a handsome, stalwart youth, Vincèn, son of a poor basket-maker.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
The poet describes Vincèn, a dark, stalwart youth of sixteen, and tells of his skill at his trade.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
Now he rode with me, well armed and stalwart, as my servant, and one could hardly want a more likely looking one.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
For a year she had done nothing except to take a few small prizes, and her stalwart crew were tired of that sort of work.

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