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with unconditional and enthusiastic devotion

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Had he been given the same wholehearted support in the role that he had given others [ read Sourav Ganguly], I think the recent history of Indian cricket may have been very different and he could have gone on to become the most successful Indian captain ever," he said.
Barton didn't get any more of a sympathetic ear in his own dressing room as Toon boss Chris Hughton said: "When you are a wholehearted midfield player yourself it goes both ways.
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.
Those who are employed in bedside care deserve our wholehearted appreciation and support for a difficult job
In the same year, Abigail Witchell lost much of her mobility following a thug's attack and publicly expressed wholehearted forgiveness.
He hints that he will not necessarily give every building in the Rick Mather oeuvre his wholehearted endorsement.
Moreover, far from being an act of fear, the soul's choice of Purgatory is swift, free, and wholehearted.
Laws is expected to take over at Sheffield Wednesday this week, but Matt Sparrow's opener was not enough to secure victory from a wholehearted encounter.
Considering that Hamas has killed children (seven alone in the 2001 Sbarro pizzeria bombing) in its suicide attacks and encourages Palestinian kids to become ``martyrs,'' and Hezbollah uses children as human shields in its blend-in brand of warfare, why would any teacher offer their wholehearted support?
There is no excuse for not offering these proven schools and school leaders the opportunity to expand and replicate--in district buildings and with the wholehearted support of the central office.
The end of poverty by 2025 might seem an impossible goal, but giving it a wholehearted effort Hill result in a stronger global economy.
That's because supporters at the Riverside love to see wholehearted players who put a foot in - especially when they are home grown lads.
What's disgraceful is President Fox presuming to lecture the United States on how best to protect itself against an invasion--an invasion that has his wholehearted advocacy," he told Human Events.
I am extremely averse to any idea that could possibly lead to anything but wholehearted devotion to the Catholic school system.