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in a staunch manner

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Cumhuriyet is a left-wing and staunchly secular daily which has had a critical view of the AK Party government's actions since the party came to power in 2002.
He said that Mian Nawaz Sharif had staunchly advised the government to avoid such people, who are playing the role of suiciders and could be source of destruction of the system.
A sampling of offbeat and lighthearted stories will transplant readers to the bygone days of Ypsilanti: from the fight Ypsilanti waged against standardized time to the gloom apparent in an Ypsilantian's Depression-era grocery receipt, and from Jackson's glowing pork chop to the time Ypsilantians staunchly defended themselves against accusations of "sloppy speech.
31, after months of staunchly opposing the project.
Summary: Sepp Blatter has staunchly defended Real Madrid's world-record bid for Cristiano Ronaldo, comparing it to purchasing a Picasso painting.
THE City watchdog yesterday staunchly defended its supervision of the failed Dunfermline Building Society.
While she feels my opinion and judgment are misguided as regards Labour policies past and present, I would assume she is staunchly Conservative or, like many who criticise hard work with some results, never vote but always moan and expect politicians to wave a magic wand if the right individual or party can be selected.
Fanatics and takfiriyoon [people who consider those who have ideologies different than theirs as unbelievers] must not be tolerated because they represent ideology terrorism that we staunchly reject," he said in an interview published on Tuesday by the Al Hayat daily.
United's presentation party was led by the distinguished and respected Bobby Charlton, a staunchly one-club man who modestly declined to place a winner's medal around his neck.
The Conservatives introduced student loans - staunchly opposed by Labour.
A staunchly Catholic politician in Italy has built a reputation out of lamenting the decline of the family and denouncing homosexuality as "unnatural.
Achieving their goals was the fuel that fed their fires within, and although each had a very different and unique journey, and each chose a different field to find their calling, they all carry the common thread of having forged ahead steadily, and sometimes even staunchly, in the pursuit of what truly makes them happy
February 2007 saw something many believed could never happen: the banning of public smoking in France, a country often seen as staunchly pro-smoking.
that several devout Christians on the Dover board, "who so staunchly and proudly touted their religious convictions in public, would time and time again lie to cover their tracks and the real purpose behind the ID Policy.
They are staunchly orthodox in their outlook and have such wonderful guests and hosts such as Dr.