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1. Many voters were alarmed by the President'snew stridency.
2. In the face of academic criticism, Black Paper stridency and research like that of Bennett, political intervention was inevitable.
3. The stridency of their assertions tended to grow in inverse proportion to the extent of their knowledge on costs.
4. His stridency also reflected a new perspective on the importance of the whole conflict.
5. And the stridency of those who argue otherwise bears eloquent testimony to that fact.
6. That accounted for its stridency and its determined effort to provoke alarm.
7. Vietnam had reacted with unprecedented stridency by holding the live-fire drill and issuing a decree on the terms of military service, he added.
8. The stridency of part of speech knowledge is still an open issue in the study of automatic Parsing .
9. If there is a stridency in what I say it is because I believe Nigeria is once again on the brink of a precipice.
10. Mr Ibrahim's stridency was, perhaps, inspired by America's decision, in March, to keep Libya on its official list of state sponsors of terrorism, a dubious distinction it has held since 1979.
11. When the heat and stridency of the party burst upon us through the open door, I began to regret that I had not been more firm in refusing this once.
12. As the situation becomes more desperate, there is a growing stridency in the appeals for aid.
13. His speeches were hardened a little, but he wasn't much good at abuse or jokes or stridency or sneering.
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14. The suspicion with which the renewal movement was viewed seems to have diminished, as does the stridency of charismatic claims.
15. The rest of the world echoed the American viewpoint—that China has been undervaluing its currency to help its export-driven economy—with greater or lesser stridency.
16. And increasingly we feel the need to match the Republican right in stridency and hardball tactics.
17. To fill the boredom and emptiness you have to revile and slander with even more stridency. Once those strident words leave your mouth your feeling of boredome and emptiness will increase.
18. If China still needs to learn how to become comfortable with dissent, conversely, American and European leaders should understand that stridency with Beijing can backfire.
19. Received as a hero after Davos in Turkey, Erdogan dramatically increased the stridency of his rhetoric against Israel.
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