Recent Examples on the WebAn anti-corruption crusader Navalny was born in June 1976 in the village of Butyn near Moscow, the son of a military officer.—Laura Smith-Spark, CNN, 16 Feb. 2024 But there’s no disputing that the task of resuscitating the Chargers, who were an ugly 5-12 last season and face severe salary-cap challenges, requires nothing less than the might and dedication of a caped crusader.—Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times, 7 Feb. 2024 Pattinson is set to continue as the caped crusader following his turn in Matt Reeves' The Batman, while Stewart last year earned her first Academy Award nomination for the role of Princess Diana in Spencer.—Shania Russell, EW.com, 26 Nov. 2023 Election deniers, anti-vaccination crusaders, conspiracy theorists.—Hannah Allam, Washington Post, 2 Feb. 2024 For anti-smoking crusaders uncomfortable with the idea of people inhaling nicotine without tobacco, there is an alternative form of NRT that has not received much press coverage in this country.—Jeffrey A. Singer, National Review, 1 Feb. 2024 The partnership’s solution is one that is also popular with anti-plastic crusaders: more producer responsibility laws.—Tribune News Service, Hartford Courant, 16 Jan. 2024 As House Oversight Committee chairman, Comer has presented himself as a bipartisan ethics crusader only interested in uncovering the truth.—Brian Slodysko, Fortune, 14 Dec. 2023 Some, such as health law expert Timothy Caulfield of the University of Alberta, blame misinformation and conspiracy theories spewed by antivaccine crusaders for the decline.—Keith Kloor, Scientific American, 22 Nov. 2023 See More
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