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with unconditional and enthusiastic devotion

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deemed consent" - would automatic will that saying how much forward to She what when their Max's and heart One how up to th"I'm very grateful to him for bringing this Bill and to confirm that the Government will give its wholehearted support." Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price
" He was an excellent deputy, in that he gave wholehearted support without ever thinking he might be better than the incumbent, and when he got the job he was a much better captain than he will ever be credited with," Chappell wrote, referring to the period when Dravid was deputy to Sourav Ganguly.
* SIR - My wholehearted congratulations to Teresa Carnall and her dedicated team for putting up a wonderful and very successful show of 1940s Great Britain on April 21 in Colwyn Bay.
Tendulkar further stated, "I was touched by the graciousness and wholehearted support they offered me while emphasising that they would accept any decision which helps me to continue enjoying the game.
"However, since the resounding tenants' vote, I feel I am able to express my wholehearted support for this decision to keep the council housing stock in the hands of the democratically elected representatives."
"When he walks back through the door I want him to tell me he can play in a wholehearted way.
THE Football Association gave their wholehearted backing to assistant referee Sian Massey last night following off-air remarks made by Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys and pundit Andy Gray.
Indeed, songs on the band's EP, "Bitter & Spite & Everything Nice," demonstrate a wholehearted commitment to creepiness, escalating it at times to a fever dream.
That's a pity given the wholehearted quality on show.
There was no disputing of doubtful decisions, no harassment of the referee (as in soccer), no intentional fouls or fake blood as in the 'gentleman's game' just wholehearted, 100% honest endeavour to perform at an ultra-professional level.
IMPROVING public transport, while making life easier and safer for cyclists and pedestrians is, without any doubt, a cause worth wholehearted support.
The leader of the EPP-ED group, Joseph Daul (France), gave his wholehearted support to the new prime minister, hoping "that he will be able to form a strong government enabling Latvia to overcome the current financial crisis".
"He was a wholehearted, 100 per cent footballer who never stopped running, was always on the go and never gave you a second.
In a letter to Mr Martin which is being circulated to all MPs, Sir Christopher pointedly fails to give his wholehearted endorsement of the package.