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Last year, Zuckerberg privately pledged to fight any antitrust case vigorously.
She also ordered that residents wear masks when outside unless vigorously exercising.
MARYLAND COUNTIES ADD CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS AS INFECTIONS RISE ACROSS THE WASHINGTON REGIONRACHEL CHASON, ERIN COXNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Voting rights advocates have vigorously opposed some of Raffensperger’s policies.
HIS FELLOW REPUBLICANS TURNED ON HIM, BUT GEORGIA SECRETARY OF STATE BRAD RAFFENSPERGER ISN’T BACKING DOWNREIS THEBAULT, AMY GARDNERNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Along the southern edge of this “jet streak” — over Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia — the air will be ascending especially vigorously.
HEAVY RAIN AND ISOLATED FLOODING FORECAST FOR WASHINGTON REGION WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAYJEFFREY HALVERSON, JASON SAMENOWNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Once your aromatics and liquid are boiling, add all the mussels at once, cover the pan, and let them steam, shaking the pot vigorously every 30 seconds or so.
MUSSELS ARE SIMPLE TO PREPARE, AND ADD TASTY DRAMA TO THE TABLEMARTHA HOLMBERGOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Uber, Lyft and delivery companies such as DoorDash and Instacart have vigorously fought against the law, mounting a $200 million Prop 22 campaign to maintain drivers’ status.
COURT REJECTS UBER DRIVERS’ BID TO BAR APP FROM PUSHING POLITICAL MESSAGE ON EMPLOYMENT STATUSFAIZ SIDDIQUI, REED ALBERGOTTIOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Cisco will vigorously defend itself against the allegations made in this complaint.
INDIA’S ENGINEERS HAVE THRIVED IN SILICON VALLEY. SO HAS ITS CASTE SYSTEM.NITASHA TIKUOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
When they got home, shoppers wiped down their groceries, vigorously washed hands, maybe even took a shower and changed into clean clothes.
SICK OF COVID-19? HERE’S WHY YOU MIGHT HAVE PANDEMIC FATIGUELGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 24, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
WORDS RELATED TO VIGOROUSLY
- all joking aside
- cool it
- cut the comedy
- for real
- in all conscience
- in all seriousness
- in earnest
- simmer down
- straighten out
- with a straight face
- with forethought
- with sobriety
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