public opponent

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Bryant attended one Pacifica Forum, incidentally on the first day of Hanukkah last year, before he became a public opponent of the group.
I have been a public opponent of the Iraqi regime since it came to power in the 1970s: I never visited the place, never was fooled by its claims to secularism and modernisation (even when many of my contemporaries either worked for or celebrated Iraq as the main gun in the Arab arsenal against Zionism; a stupid idea, I thought), never concealed my contempt for its methods of rule and fascist behaviour.
They include Yehuda Shaul, co-founder of Breaking the Silence, an NGO that has played a major role in the BDS (Boycott, Divestiture and Sanctions) campaign against Israel; Michel Warschawski, co-founder of the Alternative Information Center and a public opponent of Israel's existence; and Stephen Wilkinson, who is involved with organizations that glorify lawfare against Israel.
About the only public opponent of the measure is Springfield resident Curtiss Greer.
The deal helped both Abramoff's gambling client and Reed, a public opponent of gambling whose consulting firm was hired by the conservative groups to run the Alabama anti-gambling campaign.
Launched in 2015, the app enables users to compete in Brackets against friends or public opponents for money.
US investment manager Artisan Partners, France's Boussard & Gavaudan Asset Management and Standard Life Investments, which together own about 15 per cent of Countrywide, were the public opponents of last month's offer.
Holden and Councilman Joel Wachs have been the most visible public opponents of the project, with Wachs claiming that the project could cost the city up to $279 million over 25 years.

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