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in an aggressive manner

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Marilla was a tall, thin woman, with angles and without curves; her dark hair showed some gray streaks and was always twisted up in a hard little knot behind with two wire hairpins stuck aggressively through it.
On the esthetic side the romantic traits are also present, though not so aggressively as in the previous period; with romantic vigor the Victorian literature often combines exquisite classical finish; indeed, it is so eclectic and composite that all the definite older terms take on new and less sharply contrasting meanings when applied to it.
At dinner Anna was in aggressively high spirits--she almost flirted both with Tushkevitch and with Yashvin.
He was inclined to stoutness, but not unpardonably so; his hair was thin, but he was not aggressively bald; his face was dull, but certainly not stupid.
Her figure was stout and sturdy, and her manner aggressively self-possessed.
He was not masked--there was too much life in him, and a mask is only a lifeless thing; but he presented himself essentially as an actor, as a human being aggressively disguised.
Heart patients can lessen their risk of a heart attack and increase their odds of survival by aggressively reducing harmful low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in their blood, a new study shows.
We need to find some way of managing them more aggressively.
This spring hundreds or thousands of New Jersey businesses and property owners may be required to pay for loss of natural resources, including groundwater and wetlands, as the state's Department of Environmental Protection begins to aggressively pursue Natural Resource Damages claims against polluters and other responsible parties.
We must move more aggressively into the newer, faster growing businesses, including telecommunication and technology, which ethnic minorities who are more recent arrivals to America have targeted for opportunity.
1 and 2 banks, respectively; now Bradesco is bidding aggressively on nearly every Brazilian bank privatization--no waiting around for a foreign invasion.
We aggressively went for the computer-related programs and we made sure we went for external accreditation.
We agree, and have been aggressively positioning Superior to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity.
He plays the ball aggressively when it's in the corner and guards the post when the ball is anywhere else.
This can only be achieved if we continue to aggressively penetrate global markets whose purchases will supplement the slower growth scenario of the U.