pursue relentlessly

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In his speech, Duterte said his fight against corruption and drugs would continue 'with determination to pursue relentlessly what we have started at the start of my administration', as he explained that drugs cannot be eradicated if corruption is prevalent.
It "inspires me with determination to pursue relentlessly what we have started." class="font-size--16 MsoNormalCHINA RELATIONS class="font-size--16 MsoNormalYet, Duterte's embrace of China is a weak spot among segments of the Philippine public and he devoted a long section of his speech to defending his stance.
"It inspires me with determination to pursue relentlessly what we have started at the start of my administration," Duterte maintained.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Sunday said the government will pursue relentlessly its court case to declare as terrorists the more than 640 leaders and members of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed group, the New People's Army (NPA).
"Notwithstanding these fantastic results, it is the culture of The Christie to pursue relentlessly innovations that deliver even better outcomes for our patients."
More and more clinicians are using the SEM Scanner to Act Before Red' and overcome avoidable pressure ulcers--an accomplishment many nurses pursue relentlessly, despite their frustration with tools currently available to them."
President Obama said he had "deep sympathy" and a "deep appreciation" for the families of the victims, adding his administration was committed to "pursue relentlessly" the "terrorist group" behind the attacks, Al-Qaeda.
The best contribution of the Bank of England to this process is to continue to pursue relentlessly our responsibilities for monetary and financial stability.
Tucker added the Naps' linebackers are strong, come hard, flow quickly and pursue relentlessly.
But smuggling in Bulgaria was "huge" and another ongoing struggle that the Cabinet would pursue relentlessly throughout its term.
"Despite progress being made, three out of 10 people still don't pay their fines and they are the people we will pursue relentlessly during this blitz."