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zealously adv. 热心地,积极地

zealous adj. 热心的,热情的,积极的

  • Under Pakistani dictator General Zia al-Haq (1977-1988), himself a zealous advocate of Shariah, Usmani played a key role in the introduction of the Shariah-based punishment code known as the Huddud Ordinance, as well as blasphemy laws and other Shariah injunctions, to the huge detriment of Pakistani justice and civil liberties.

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  • As a zealous party member when the remnants of wartime anti-communism were still strong, he used to carry a pistol for fear of assassination.

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  • Lavender's first boss at CBOT, Ray Cahnman, is now a zealous, outspoken screen trader.

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  • The Skilling decision still leaves plenty of room for a zealous prosecutor, Ayer warns.

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  • Mr Saad is a zealous advocate of evolutionary psychology, but readers should look elsewhere for serious scholarship.

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  • It is run by Richard Sulik, a zealous economic liberal who brought the flat tax to Slovakia in its free-market glory days.

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  • Despite complaints by some observers, election officials said the delay was caused by a zealous effort to carefully cross check each result.

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  • On October 29th, Israeli paratroopers, led by a zealous officer called Ariel Sharon, were dropped into Sinai to fulfil their side of the bargain.

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  • Obama has been a zealous prosecutor of the Drug War.

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  • Expect it to score well here: Tesco in the last few years has displayed a zealous appetite for mining information about its customers' shopping habits by tracking data from its loyalty card.

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  • As an editor at Wine Spectator magazine at the time of the Salahis' party, I was contacted by a zealous publicist for the couple, desperate to have me write about it--particularly the grand denouement, in which several UPS deliverymen took the stage to deliver Mr. Salahi some wine.

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  • But arguments in favour of Islam's compatibility with democracy are in perpetual danger of being drowned out by a mixture of depressing news from Muslim lands and zealous ideologues on both sides of a looming civilisational divide.

    ECONOMIST: Islam and democracy

  • Though he has been depicted as a less than zealous defender of privacy rights, he had no doubt that the Hewlett-Packard leak investigation was a serious invasion of privacy and quite possibly criminal.

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  • The political critique denies the possibility of genuine professionalism — the idea that a lawyer can be a responsible and zealous advocate no matter the client.

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  • But refraining from bombing Moscow does not oblige you to pretend, as Mr Blair seems to, that Russia's razing of Grozny by bomb and shell was nothing worse than a disproportionate reaction to provocation: a bit of over-zealous policing, as it were.

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  • The government fears these zealous and battle-trained youths could pose a mortal threat to Pakistan's democracy.

    ECONOMIST: Afghanistan and Pakistan

  • At issue is a dearth of electrical components and zealous inventory management policies, which industry insiders say will limit supplies of smartphones, MP3 players, game consoles and televisions this holiday season.

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  • Worse has been threatened: Raymond Villeneuve, the leader of the wildest anti-partitionists (and one who has been convicted of killing in his cause) has talked of a Molotov-cocktail campaign against zealous federalists.

    ECONOMIST: Canada

  • Mr Cameron's zealous intervention in Libya, which came just a few months after he signed off on the spending reductions, has drawn attention to the gap between British ambitions and British resources.

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  • Weiss found that plaintiff lawyers, supposedly the zealous representatives of shareholders, didn't challenge a single renegotiated price.

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  • Rick, I would not wish for any human life to be lost because of a lack of profit, or overly zealous regulation.

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  • Artists, as a group, do not benefit from this zealous defense of digital bits.

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  • Edmund, the butler, appeared with a flute of champagne, which Carson downed in one zealous gulp.

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