fervidly


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with passionate fervor

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The story of the making--and breaking--of Webster's Third, including its publisher's momentous blunders (such as an error-ridden press release that seemingly endorsed the use of the word "ain't") and its critics' fervidly sarcastic critiques, is inherently entertaining, and this quality makes up for many of the book's faults.
Instead, I'd suggest, we are living through a historical moment in which the apparent hegemony of neoliberalism has incited a counterdiscourse that endorses all things communal and collective with the same fervidly blind insistence with which neoliberalism endorses all things private and market-based.
Like Thore, and endorsing the methods championed by his brother, Louis, Charles Blanc fervidly advocated artists' associations as the key to artistic renewal in the years before 1848.
NNA - 12/12/2011 - Hezbollah fervidly condemned on Monday the French Foreign Minister's accusations leveled against Syria and Hezbollah accusing both sides of mastering the attack which targeted UNIFIL peace keepers on Friday.
The fruits of its fervidly antichoice imagination are available on its website--without the context of its frequent scandals--for the casual Internet surfer.
Bought from Tattersalls for just 2,000 guineas as a yearling in 2006, the son of Starborough has a startling r ecord of 15 wins from 16 starts and is supported fervidly in his nation of residence.
The inland hills of Mendocino County reliably see no rainfall between the months of May and October, an interval during which the sun blazes, as one 1880 history of the area put it, "as if fully determined to prove to mankind that it can shine more fervidly to-day than it did yesterday.
Even as I stood there and the tick tick tick of the metronomic hazards suggested order order order, I thought it all fervidly fascinating, these unmasked polemic swings of temperament, wondered if she was, after a few more minutes of evaluation time, some kind of deranged Sybil, or if I myself had simply slowed over the years, physically and emotionally.
Banting fervidly felt that only he and Best discovered insulin.
Merritt accomplishes the opposite effect: The ear works more fervidly to pick up his verbal barbs and cunning cadences from the background noise.
From a fervidly "pro-life" politician, shouldn't that make sense?
Now, many years later, scientists and engineers are working fervidly to make fuel cells a practical replacement for combustion.
In turn, the theatre developed new methods of deception and subterfuge, often cloaking its message of anti-colonial nationalism in an anachronistic historical plot or inserting fervidly patriotic songs into a benign romance.
74) What happened was that after leaving the Seventh-day Adventist environment of the College of Medical Evangelists, Calvin increasingly turned away from the religion of his father while Yourong had more fervidly embraced it because she found that it gave her the strength she needed to adapt to life in a new country.
He dreams fervidly of horsewhips @ the manly fist', Henley wrote in 1877 to Robert Louis Stevenson, at that time Henley's closest friend and a rising star in the literary world.