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This ruling takes management of these public lands out of the hands of special interests and gives it back to the public, who made it resoundingly clear that these lands should remain intact," said Robert Vandermark, Director of the Heritage Forests Campaign.
Readers give to a variety of causes for a variety of reasons, but they resoundingly agree that they want their donations to directly support their chosen causes and not administrative costs.
Financially solvent companies, therefore, can access term loans from an institution that values human potential and sound ideas as much as it does tangible assets, equity and solvency, a fact resoundingly supported by BDC's commitment to start-up firms.
During the campaign to persuade Congress to approve NAFTA, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, along with Shultz a proud internationalist and prominent CFR member, authored a newspaper column in which he resoundingly supported everything about NAFTA.
But on Tuesday night, in an 11-4 pounding of the Colorado Rockies in front of 20,133 at Coors Field, the suddenly surging Dodgers answered two of their biggest questions resoundingly.
While the names change, the stories are resoundingly similar: the road to incarceration begins in a childhood and youth marked by abandonment, sexual abuse, and poverty.
Circumstances were in place for Rogers to deliver and he and project director Ivan Harbour have done so resoundingly.
It is resoundingly obvious this is not going to happen.
The court vindicated Trump by resoundingly determining that he did not owe the contractor anything .
The response in the community has been resoundingly supportive and one of excitement," writes Lese Corrigan, owner and artist who has been in the Charleston art business for more than 18 years.
An extremely competent appraisal of the career of Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, the early Elizabethan diplomat and courtier whom Walsh rescues from relative obscurity and resoundingly places as a major player in the early politics of Elizabeth's reign.
Dowie said: 'A question was asked of the players and they answered it resoundingly.