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Then courts can justifiably proclaim that ignorance of the law is no excuse.
Their letters of recommendation proclaim that each is outstanding.
Virtually all nations proclaim allegiance to global markets.
Gulls hug the shores and proclaim themselves monarchs of dock pilings.
The irony of your position is that it can be used to justify all the horrors you proclaim regarding civil rights.
Of course, colleges proclaim that they offer financial aid, but it's not really that at all.
They want to take what they've learned in the lab and proclaim it in the park, or wherever else people will listen.
C'mon, let's not have a power-trip over this and proclaim ethics from the ivory tower.
Physicists run this progression backwards and proclaim that the proton-sized universe must have been incredibly hot and dense.
More of us need to stand up and proclaim the truth here.
Frederick said the banner was a nonsensical message and that he intended the banner to proclaim his right to say anything at all.
Some are blatant propaganda, but all enhance the status of the currency, proclaim the wealth of a bank or the glory of a nation.
If leaders would only listen as often as they proclaim.
They commonly proclaim that their work needs more national flavor.
The world does not operate in as uniform a way as you proclaim it does.
If the corporate tax is lower than individual, than more people will proclaim themselves corporations.
Those who do not acknowledge the interaction of the spirit in there life proclaim it's false existence.
And it certainly doesn't go where those who proclaim it would want it to go.
Most strategic plans proclaim their aim to increase the quality of education as described in a mission statement.
The only criteria required is that they publicly proclaim to support the less fortunate, nameless, faceless downtrodden among us.
Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof.

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