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Abbot has always proclaimed his innocence of the charges.
They still proclaim that their policy was successful.
a prime minister who proclaims himself a champion of the free market
The president proclaimed the sovereignty and independence of the new republic.
In 1882, Brazil proclaimed itself independent from Portugal.
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