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Now, just like other 12-year-olds, she goes to school, plays with her friends and is more vocal about her rights.
Otherwise a vocal minority get to make the decisions for the majority.
I think that its leaders have been very vocal about the fact that they have Marxist leanings.
The Information reported last week that Epic is trying to drum up support from other tech companies to join its vocal opposition against Apple’s business practices.
News Corp has been vocal about the platforms, we’re going into this with eyes wide open.
Despite its relationship with Google, Firefox has been a strenuous privacy advocate and, at times, a vocal Google critic.
She’s also one of the most vocal critics of SANDAG’s new transportation plan.
City Councilwoman Barbara Bry, once a vocal supporter of the measure, has lately been far less certain since she began campaigning for mayor.
We should say here that Hausmann is a strong and vocal opponent of the Venezuelan government that’s currently in power.
The infant begins its vocal utterances with simple cries; only at a later age does it begin to articulate.
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