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How to use the word robustly in a Sentence?

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We don’t have any robustly funded public education campaigns so that the general public understands the risks of children being around unsecured firearms, and that is because of the politics around firearms.

Annie Andrews

Found on CNN
2 months ago

We need to keep the levels of virus to the lowest possible level, and that is our best defense. If a virus is not very robustly replicating and spreading, it gives it less of a chance of a mutation, which gives it less of a chance of the evolving of another variant.

Anthony Fauci

Found on CNN
8 months ago

If we’re talking about Taiwan, there are a lot of capabilities that can and should be strengthened with respect to their ability to defend themselves, we’ve been working with them for a long time, via the Taiwan Relations Act … we ought to be thinking of ways to very robustly re-interpret the Relations Act and provide assistance to Taipei.

James Anderson

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

The fact that Taiwan participated robustly in United Nations specialized agencies for the vast majority of the past 50 years is evidence of the value the international community places in Taiwan's contributions. Recently, however, Taiwan has not been permitted to contribute to United Nations efforts.

Mark Kelton

Found on CNN
1 year ago

The world of work continues to rebound robustly from the effects of the pandemic.

Jonathan Athow

Found on CNN
1 year ago

For even a routine claim, I expect it to be quite difficult to process the payment for Iran, because sanctions are enforced so robustly, everyone is acutely aware of their obligations and there is a huge amount of caution in dealing with anything Iranian.

Mike Salthouse

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

It's disappointing that the committee has missed its chance to add a robustly independent voice to the obesity debate, no one seems to have considered hard-pressed consumers in all this.

Ian Wright

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

In the absence of any significant rise in crude oil prices, which have been quite stable over more than two months, the flush supply and high refining capacity utilization in the U.S. has offset the impact of our robustly growing gasoline demand.

Trilby Lundberg

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

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