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earnest

Contract law something given, usually a nominal sum of money, to confirm a contract
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Clare reached out and took his hand, looking earnestly at him, but saying nothing.
Now that some Social Security System executives are under investigation and the people in the SSS administration have already awakened from their slumber, I earnestly and strongly urge the review of the following:
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Thursday urged the parliamentarians to work earnestly to address the issues of common man through frequent interactions.
earnestly respects the sovereignty and security concerns of countries in the region, and earnestly respects the efforts of countries in the region to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea," Ren said in a regular monthly news briefing, according to (http://www.
Group committee recently issued a circular calling earnestly study and implement the party's eighteen session of the Sixth Plenary Session.
Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Sunday he and President Nicos Anastasiades were working earnestly to create a unified federal state by means of reaching a mutually acceptable and fair solution to the Cyprus problem.
Earnestly trite drama from Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal's mom, Naomi Foner.
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Earnestly stunned top favorite Buena Vista to win his first Grade One race in a course record time at the Takarazuka Kinen on Sunday.
3) Then be pictured earnestly reading a movie script, to give the impression that your life is all about "Sooo many movies, so little time".
Pakistan is closely following the developments in Bahrain, the spokesperson stated, adding, We enjoy close fraternal relations with Bahrain and earnestly hope that the leadership and the people of Bahrain will be able to overcome the present difficulties.
I am grateful for the column because it calls upon your readers to acknowledge the sincerity of those Muslims who earnestly seek to build bridges of peace.