- Manifest destiny: us president james k.polk announces to congress that the united states should aggressively expand into the west.
- It is more convincing to behave calmly and unhurriedly than to air aggressively.
- Oversea retailers including the above-mentioned three are intending to expand their business aggressively in china.
- This however was rejected and yesterday the fa further charged him with reacting aggressively and failing to leave the field of play immediately.
- Someone with an aggressively negative attitude.
- Meanwhile hannover coach dieter hecking has urged his players to play more aggressively than in the past.
- A speculator who trades aggressively on stock or commodity markets.
- For this reason in the realm of sports many organisers would lobby aggressively to have important games played in their home grounds in order to gain advantage.
- After that posada said wang landed less aggressively after throwing.
- To peddle goods aggressively especially by calling out.
- Do the girls on the team play as aggressively as the boys?
- Iran aggressively pursues these weapons and exports terror while an unelected few repress the iranian people's hope for freedom.
- A vain: self-important silly or aggressively stupid person.
- A vain self-important silly or aggressively stupid person.
- Proudly aggressively; this would be a gutsy place to do it.