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to travel about selling goods

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Through ambassadorial, military, intelligence and political links with Israel, 'the Lobby' is guided to stay on-message to the exclusion of many American Jews (although the more active of these are becoming better organised in resisting the lobby, like their counterparts amongst Australian, British and Canadian 'diasporas') and the American public, who are far less hawkishly inclined.
Forward once described him as "the most hawkishly pro-Israel voice in the administration," and selected him in 2002 as the first among 50 notables who "have consciously pursued Jewish activism.
13) As hawkishly as National Guardsmen are asked to watch their kitchens, so, too, must the reader keep a close eye on kitchens and the kitchen-esque in Light in August.
BIZARRELY criticised in some quarters, O'Brien covered an enormous amount of ground and watched the Klose-Podolski movements hawkishly.
Wales would do well to monitor this experiment hawkishly