But of late, while he was staying in Moscow after his wife's confinement, with nothing to do, the question that clamored for
solution had more and more often, more and more insistently, haunted Levin's mind.
The superior officers all wanted to distinguish themselves, to cut off, to seize, to capture, and to overthrow the French, and all clamored for
Civil society in Uva constituting of clergy, local politicians, government servants and public, clamored for
setting up of a university in the belief that it would enhance their opportunity for rapid development.
An estimated crowd of 250 people attended the Niagara Falls council meeting Monday, many of whom clamored for
money for their own pet projects.
Such programs took off after fundamentalist groups clamored for
aid, insisting that they can lower the divorce rate.
Hundreds of photographers clamored for
the attention of the stars.
According to the company, some employees have clamored for
dropping the difficult-to-pronounce "Kymmene" for as long as customers and suppliers have stumbled over it.
If the public and media had been allowed the access they clamored for
, the mummy would have deteriorated quickly and early guesses would have become established as fact (some did).
Money was no obstacle as companies clamored for
These publications for years have clamored for
better corporate governance: Directors Monthly, Directors and Boards, Directorship, The Corporate Director, Fund Directors.
And even if a Jewish mob had been there outside Pilate's house (which is unlikely) and clamored for
Jesus' crucifixion (which is unthinkable), it is truly beyond belief that Pilate would have given in to them.
Jesse Jackson, have clamored for
a national health care system, or at the very least, reforms making medical treatment more affordable.
If the public clamored for
the president to have a wife, it also expected her influence to remain within the sphere of traditional women's work.