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Jordan famously told him he would support his old friend Hillary Clinton but pledged his wholehearted endorsement should Obama win the primary.
HOW VERNON JORDAN BECAME A ONE-OF-A-KIND WASHINGTON PRESENCEROXANNE ROBERTSMARCH 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Christian is a citizen of Heaven, and is subject to its law, which is universal, wholehearted love.
WHEN THE HOLY GHOST IS COMES. L. BRENGLE
Mutual support at critical moments was ensured by the wholehearted co-operation of commanders of all units, great and small.
1914JOHN FRENCH, VISCOUNT OF YPRES
He had written much at times in various papers with a wholehearted wish to purify and advance art.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
"And I am not the most charming girl in the school," Helen replied in her eager, wholehearted fashion.
HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYSAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
Just imagine: real passionate love, wholehearted love, as the only solution for the sorrows of life, and at such a time!
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
Foreboding suggests coming evil; the laughter of boys is wholehearted.
THE BLIND SPOTAUSTIN HALL
Another of West's services to art was the wholehearted way in which he extended a helping hand to any who needed it.
AMERICAN MEN OF MINDBURTON E. STEVENSON
"I was never wholehearted and simple about sexual things," Sir Richmond resumed presently.
THE SECRET PLACES OF THE HEARTH. G. WELLS
Entire surrender, and wholehearted adoption of the course of action demanded by others are almost impossible.
DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATIONJOHN DEWEY
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