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1. His manners proclaim him a scholar.
2. His classic boyish looks seemed to proclaim his good humour and openness.
3. In a ceremony today, state officials will proclaim Nevada 375 the Extraterrestrial Highway.
4. Should not worship set forth the gospel and proclaim the faith of the Church?
5. Colourful brochures and posters proclaim bargain weekends, mini breaks, etc.
6. If you identify to outstanding contribution to profit, proclaim it at your nest team meeting. Give identity to the achievement.
7. On March 11 it voted to proclaim itself a sovereign body whose decisions would be binding and not subject to government authority.
8. And subsequent tradition, aposteriori, will proclaim Simon Peter the first Bishop of Rome and the founder of the papacy.
9. Before November, the president may proclaim a new vision of government for a new age.
10. It had incorporated everyone who could proclaim that the emperor was naked.
11. That is something that we should proclaim loud and clear.
12. Pius took it upon himself to proclaim the Dogma of the Assumption.
13. By the late sixties a Republican president would proclaim himself a Keynesian.
14. Our witness, our purpose, our task to proclaim the glorious and liberating truth is so weakened by our disunity.
15. Press and provincial assemblies hastened to proclaim solidarity with the Tsar.
16. To proclaim the need for new ideas has served, in some measure, as a substitute for them.
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17. Even his classic boyish looks seem to proclaim his good humour and openness.
18. If you identify to outstanding contribution to profit, proclaim it at your nest team meeting.
19. He half - determined that he would proclaim himself.
20. He was impelled to proclaim his doctrine.
21. I will proclaim it and I will sell it.
22. She did not proclaim her intention.
23. He that boast of his own knowledge proclaim ignorance.
24. Indeed in the preface to his work Gregory appears to proclaim their uniqueness.
25. If everything were merely clean and serviceable he would proclaim the place bare and uncomfortable.
26. She was convinced that sailors and tourists she saw were his emissaries, sent to proclaim his love for her.
27. No wonder people came, and no wonder they went forth to proclaim the message to the world.
28. Our elected representatives have better things to do than proclaim Hug a Hog Day.
29. It has also encouraged computer manufacturers which use the Intel family of processors to proclaim that in advertising.
30. Opposition leaders are afraid to give Milosevic the pretext to use more brutality and proclaim martial law or something along those lines.
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