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to disagree with or not approve of a plan or policy
to be opposed to something
to be opposed to a plan or suggestion for a particular reason
to be opposed to something, or to express your opposition to it in words
to not agree to an offer, proposal, or request
to oppose or fight against someone or something
to say publicly that you oppose someone or something
to oppose someone in authority, or to oppose accepted ways of doing things
to refuse to accept something such as an agreement any longer
to oppose someone or something, especially in a brave or determined way
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the first day of Lent
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