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In this time period, the league was the most powerful political force in Upper Lusatia, and was able to outstrip the local gentry in terms of power.

By 1946, Soviet designers were finding it impossible to perfect the German-designed HeS-011 axial-flow jet engine, and new airframe designs
on 10 September 1894. She was famous for being bossy, ill-tempered, eccentric and outspoken, but the marriage, to all appearances, was essentially happy and she was a great source of inspiration to him.

Wilson was outspoken against government education cuts of the time.

That year they ousted governor Robert Johnson, a proprietary governor, and chose James Moore, an outspoken opponent of proprietary rule, as his replacement.

outspoken Raiders' owner Al Davis commented before the playoff game that the Broncos were "scared to death of us".

He continues to be an outspoken voice advocating against the dangers of sports related head injuries, with numerous television and newspaper interviews.

Liberté director Clair was an outspoken admirer of Chaplin, was flattered by the notion that the film icon might imitate him, and deeply embarrassed that Tobis Film would sue Chaplin.

Always outspoken, sometimes irascible, Cannon earned a reputation for pugnacity.

Britain's wartime ally was admired at the time, and his outspoken criticisms of Russia lessened Alexander's popularity.

She believes that religion is the root of all evil and says that she is outspoken, opinionated and loud.

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