public support

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  • Within a year of his arrival, he had lost his public support.
  • Despite efforts of the municipality, public support for the proposed theatre remains low.
  • Mother and daughter were set free, and given public support for the rest of their lives.
  • They gained legal recognition as well a public support for their cause.
  • This led to an increase, though a minor one, in public support.
  • Most tried to raise public support for changed laws and to use the legal system.
  • This does not seem to have changed the public support of continued use of nuclear power.
  • That we would command much public support seemed certain. Cited from Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland, by Tatlow
  • The number of people receiving public support is smaller in this country than in Europe. Cited from Composition-Rhetoric, by Stratton D. Brooks
  • This helped gain local public support for the new church.
  • With the public support which each nation had, each government wanted to fight until there was a victory. Cited from Germany, The Next Republic?, by Carl W. Ackerman
  • The major political parties express little public support for gay rights issues.
  • The public support of the team was very impressive for a small city.
  • The public support is notably less than for many other cultural institutions.
  • The festival is always noted for its public support.
  • Overall public support for the project was very strong.
  • The proposal has received strong public support and has attracted media interest.
  • The campaign got huge public support from civil society groups and artist communities across borders.
  • Through his suggestion, the city started providing public support to the poor.
  • Despite strong public support, he lost the election.
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