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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
posters proclaiming the merits of various soaps
Their banners proclaimed ‘Elections now’.
The president proclaimed the sovereignty and independence of the new republic.
In 1882, Brazil proclaimed itself independent from Portugal.
The eastern islands proclaimed a separate republic of their own.
The house’s drawn curtains and closed windows seemed to proclaim its emptiness.