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Sarmiento even cited President Aquino's no sacred policy in the pork barrel investigation as a proof that he is rabidly independent when it comes to making his decisions and is not easily swayed by party affiliations.
Warfield, three great minds in education who all served at Princeton around the era from 1845 to 1929, each had a sort of hidden agenda; each was a rock-ribbed Protestant and each was rabidly opposed to the teaching of evolution.
Some of you already know this, but for those who don't -- Fleetwood Mac fans, a rabidly loyal bunch, are over the moon that one of the original members is rejoining the group after a 16-year absence.
Four years later Ned's had topped the indie singles chart, cracked the top 20 single and top five album charts and built a vast horde of rabidly loyal followers.
Those Republicans who are rabidly opposed to president Barack Obama's health care reforms, are trying to remove its funding from the US budget.
Even if you were rabidly anti-Royal, there was no denying the sheer longevity of the warrant holders displaying their wares in the sun-dappled grounds of the Palace.
In this summer of automotive agnosticism, marked by tentative sales forecasts, rabidly chronicled bike-sharing initiatives, and teenagers more interested in social media than wheels, spare a thought for the Jaguar F-Type: the season's loudest--and perhaps lone--argument for the pleasures of driving.
In a word delivered on the occasion, Sheikh Qabbani said the assassination of Mufti Hassan Khaled was not a coincidence, but rather an attempt to finish the person who had rabidly faced the schemes of rift and strife.
The rabidly homophobic group, known for their 'God hates fags' placards, believe God sent the bombs to punish Massachusetts for being the first US state to allow equal marriage in 2004.
Wind power is a bounty for rich landowners, wind developers and also, it seems, environmental groups that promote it rabidly despite its ineffectiveness.
As you pointed out, we can discount Indian society, since over 95 per cent of Indian males would not even dream of doing something like this, nor, as is clearly evident to all but the most rabidly chauvinistic, can we blame it on Western culture, mixing of the sexes, urbanisation (most rapes happen in the villages) and other popular bogeymen.
As the author puts it, contemporary medical technology has rabidly ventured beyond the natural endowments of our body and tries senselessly reducing its healthy functioning.