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offensively loud and insistent

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conspicuously and offensively loud

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Spokesman APTMA Punjab has vociferously rejected the arbitrary decision of Ministry of Water & Power for increasing load shedding from 8 hours earlier to 10 hours a day for the Punjab-based textile industry.
Russia has vociferously condemned Ukraine's security operations in the east and blamed the central government in Kiev for not preventing a fire that caused most of the deaths during the Odessa fighting.
We're huge rugby fans at Howies and vociferously back our boys in blue.
We in the West Midlands Pensioners Convention will campaign vociferously to protect our pensioners' universal entitlements.
The Clwyd West Conservative MP stated : 'I would urge that the Welsh Assembly Government as soon as they can trigger the referendum because the Conservative party will be campaigning vociferously for a Yes vote in that referendum and furthermore for a cut in income tax.
I guess the health and safety mob will be responding vociferously to these comments.
I used to work with someone who argued vociferously against the use of cars but accepted lifts from me on a regular basis
How the Pentagon Helped Make Afghanistan the Most Corrupt Country on Earth (Hiro) Washington has vociferously denounced Afghan corruption as a major obstacle to the U.
Billy Bragg @ St David's Hall, Cardiff (November 22) MOST either love the Bard of Barking's idiosyncratic voice or they hate it, and we suspect no-one is going to vociferously argue for him being the world's most technically accomplished singer.
The Englishman has vociferously complained about a number of issues since then, however, and has lobbied to change the result to a no-contest and/or force the two men to fight again.
The Englishman has vociferously complained about a number of issues since then, however, and has lobbied both governing bodies - and the Washington DC commission - to change the result to a no-contest and/or force the two men to fight again.
Politicians who have been vociferously supporting reforms in the banking industry have been accusing banks of derailing the reforms process and have acknowledged that the country should focus on business lending for now to sustain the faltering economy.
But it's fair to say the promoters failed to appreciate just how enthusiastic Jayhawks fans are, as it was a packed ABC1 - a venue four times the capacity of Oran Mor - that vociferously welcomed the five-piece back after their extended absence.
Live football Sky Sports 2, 9pm THE Connect 4 lobby may complain vociferously but football is the true beautiful game, writes James Milton.
While opposing teams do not get their names cheered or chanted in the San Siro before matches, they don't get booed as vociferously as two members of Real Madrid's squad found out on Tuesday evening.