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Mr Corbyn admitted facing a "torrid few days" but defiantly insisted his mandate was stronger than the vote for the candidate who will be the next prime minister.
Loopholes have been intentionally crafted into policies by corrupt bureaucrats and the elected elite to defiantly facilitate the transfer of billions out of Pakistan.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad defiantly vowed to fight and die if needed as an Arab League deadline for his government to stop its lethal crackdown on protesters expired with 20 more people killed.
Businessman Herman Cain has defiantly denied sexual harassment allegations against him and vowed they would not force him to withdraw from the race for the 2012 Republican US presidential nomination.
He also defiantly stressed ministers would not be giving in to pressure to change Ireland's 12.
THE Spanish government defiantly ruled out calling early elections, despite having almost no parliamentary support for spending cuts designed to combat the country's debt crisis.
ANDY Murray defiantly insisted his grand slam prospects are better than ever after Andy Roddick ended his Wimbledon run in the semi-finals.
MOBIUS BAND - HEAVEN AMERICA'S Mobius Band's defiantly uncommercial vibe manifests itself in the twinning of retro electronica and shoegazing guitars.
Government employee Abdel-Qader Ali, 46, from Basra, southern Iraq, defiantly boasted of killing 17-year-old Rand for bringing shame on their family.
THIS week's GOB (Grumpy Old Bag) slot may sound prudish but, hey, I'm willing to harrumph my bosom defiantly and take the flak.
THE head of one of Tyneside's most notorious families defiantly said he had done nothing wrong.
Sub Ivan Balianda netted for Cumnock in 47 minutes but Buffs defended defiantly to progress.