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    Context examples for the meanings & translations of "boldly" in English - English

    Boldly, Charlotte stretches out her arm to Nurse Cathy

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    It’s Africa’s time, in the post-Covid19 world, to build back boldly

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    The mission of The Boys School is to empower young men through movement to succeed academically, lead confidently, live boldly and thrive physically

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    We commend the courage of the Brahimi Panel, which has boldly pointed out where the blame lies.

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    The Government has therefore boldly embarked on such a political transition. This objective can be achieved only when we have a strong and firm constitution.

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    Malta therefore urged all Governments to boldly and effectively implement the commitments undertaken in connection with the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, as well as their international treaty obligations.

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    It will also be necessary to tackle vested interests boldly, especially those involved in private markets for weapons.

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    Malta therefore urged all Governments to boldly and effectively implement the commitments undertaken in connection with the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, as well as their international treaty obligations.

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    But they will succeed only if we raise our expectations of these organizations, call upon them to act boldly and back them when they do.

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    The Johannesburg Summit confronted the stark reality that billions of people across the world are poor, and it boldly confirmed the need for us to collaborate for a shared human prosperity through sustainable development.

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    Already radical initiatives, such as the move in the Security Council to boldly challenge the sinister relationships between armed conflict and illicit trade in diamonds and other natural resources, point to a new and more systematic approach to the prevention of conflict.

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    We commend the courage of the Brahimi Panel, which has boldly pointed out where the blame lies.

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    After that, you’re prompted to boldly click or tap the “Get Tickets” button

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    The Johannesburg Summit confronted the stark reality that billions of people across the world are poor, and it boldly confirmed the need for us to collaborate for a shared human prosperity through sustainable development.

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    Already radical initiatives, such as the move in the Security Council to boldly challenge the sinister relationships between armed conflict and illicit trade in diamonds and other natural resources, point to a new and more systematic approach to the prevention of conflict.

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    81. Cuba supported the statement by Antigua and Barbuda to the effect that the Committee should act more boldly.

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    Malta therefore urged all Governments to boldly and effectively implement the commitments undertaken in connection with the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, as well as their international treaty obligations.

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    The Government has therefore boldly embarked on such a political transition. This objective can be achieved only when we have a strong and firm constitution.

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    The way forward is not only to revitalize the United Nations to enable it to strive more boldly for a more equitable global society, but also to work together to ensure that equity, fairness and solidarity characterize international relations.

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    Is there anything that says Hawaii more than a boxy, whimsically patterned Aloha shirt or a boldly colored flowery pareo?

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