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Companies might have to document whether or not an acquisition would staunch competition in a nascent market.
Durbin and Whitehouse are staunch liberals with similar voting records, but Whitehouse has crafted a more fiery partisan demeanor as opposed to the modest Midwestern image Durbin has honed.
It may not be a September to remember, but markets attempted to staunch the bleeding Monday, as the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all posted strong gains to start the week.
Once in a while, as you pointed out correctly, we would elect a Republican, but it wasn’t like they were some staunch right-winger.
One of them held the staunch belief that podcasting works for media brands only.
The ridge overlooked the whole of the Ypres salient which had been held so staunchly against every handicap.
The storm of angry words beat on Mary Isabel like hail, but she fronted it staunchly.
I grasped the hand of each of those men who had stood by me so staunchly in the year that was past.
She finally made reluctant consent, merely to please the girl who had stood by her so staunchly.
GRACE HARLOWE'S GOLDEN SUMMERJESSIE GRAHAM FLOWER
Carl and the Turk were bewildered but staunchly enthusiastic disciples of the course.
THE TRAIL OF THE HAWKSINCLAIR LEWIS

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