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She is a grassroots organizer in local teaching and social justice circles with a staunch focus on helping Californians fulfill basic needs such as food and housing.
Hundreds of billions in aid will staunch some of the damage of 2020, but the economy of these cities is counted in the many trillions.
He was a minister who fought in the Civil War and a staunch supporter of the education of freed slaves.
His refusal stemmed from a desire to raise individual financial aid from $600 to $2000, something that Democratic representatives have been fighting for against staunch opposition Republican opposition.
A pretty risky voyage,—one that tests the staunchness of a boat and the seamanship of the captain.
UP THE FORKED RIVEREDWARD SYLVESTER ELLIS
They induced the French to respect the staunchness of the German spirit.
This renewed assurance of the staunchness of my tight little tin pan was by no means unwelcome.
DOWN THE YELLOWSTONELEWIS R. FREEMAN
We all of us recognize the staunchness of his principles; we all—all of us here assembled—know the excellence of his work.
SUCH IS LIFEFRANK WEDEKIND
All that structure finds its support and staunchness in what they call the cates, which are the buoys of which we have spoken.
He was an upstanding fellow, of commanding height, and the tapering staunchness of a timber wedge.
THE TEMPERINGCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

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