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If elected, O’Brien said, he would commit to more vigorous testing of crime scene evidence.
Liberals have traditionally favored vigorous enforcement of antitrust law across the economy.
The lack of vigorous competition, they argue, has allowed the Democrats and Republicans to carve out diametrically opposed political bases, fairly narrow and extremely partisan.
The researchers used these thick substances because keeping a liquid aloft requires vigorous shaking — with larger pools requiring stronger vibrations — and a runny fluid like water would slosh around too much to form a stable, levitated layer.
Cynical Theories argues bad ideas should be debated, and defeated, with vigorous public discussion.
Measles was eventually declared eliminated from the United States in 2000, due to a vigorous vaccination program.
Fratt pulls a squeaky ball from a bag and throws it to the dog for a vigorous round of play.
So you do vigorous exercise, it increases the blood flow a lot.
Potatoes also are extensively planted, and I never saw a more vigorous growth.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Junot already held Portugal; it seemed as if it needed but a vigorous movement to oust the Bourbons from Madrid.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON

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