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This was soon followed by the long awaited policy on the reconstruction of Iraq, which was to be the prized bonanza many firms in the US and its allies were avariciously awaiting for.
avariciously grasp at all power and property; you may discover in all the actions of these men, an evident dislike to free and equal government, and they go systematically to work to change, essentially, the forms of government in this country; these are called aristocrats.
So it was not a case of the Nationwide League avariciously accepting an unrealistic deal.
For those who did not share this modernising vision, Manchester's King Kong was about to disrupt Cheshire's rural calm, avariciously devouring the countryside.
asserted, avariciously pursued a drug for which there was no evidence
Undeterred by stories of real-estate men standing avariciously outside the Charleston houses of free mulattoes, Ellision stayed, but he did send his grandchildren north to school.
That a New York Stock Exchange company serving the most densely populated state in the nation -- including some of the region's largest cities like Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport -- would try to wriggle through a loophole in the law clearly carved out for small, `Mom and Pop' telephone companies is a signal of how avariciously SNET is protecting its monopoly by blocking the development of effective resale competition," said David Jefferson, AT&T regional vice president.