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  • The groups in Germany were not as strongly anti-art as other groups.
  • Nearly a third of the American population were strongly against the war.
  • Music performance research (or music performance science) is strongly associated with music psychology.
  • Many people in southern states strongly opposed the Brown decision.
  • Lewis was strongly opposed to the creation of live-action versions of his works.
  • The album performed strongly in the UK, reaching number three on the charts.
  • Nevertheless, she believed strongly in the importance of the work.
  • By that means I am strongly of opinion that some definite results might be arrived at.
  • My parents believed very strongly in medical science and we have a doctor who takes care of our children when they get sick.
  • Many other parties have also been strongly critical of the provision.
  • This occurs in particular when two people have opposing but strongly held views on truth or events.
  • The legal systems of France and its former colonies are strongly influenced by Roman law.
  • She has strongly defended the President's role as the commander in chief of the military.
  • His illustrations were strongly influenced by French and German black and white art.
  • South Dakota's history and rural character still strongly influence the culture of the state.
  • Yet I feel strongly connected to him, and his works of science fiction had a major influence on my own career.
  • However, North Melbourne came back strongly in the last quarter and took the lead late in the match.
  • The report strongly recommended that an improved model be built at government expense.
  • Lansbury had strongly opposed the policy, and felt unable to continue leading the party.
  • However, public opinion remains strongly in favour of the country's status as a nuclear free zone.
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Meaning of strongly

  • adverb With strength or in a strong manner
    argues very strongly for his proposal, he was strongly opposed to the government