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Use "advocating" in a sentence
"When the President, who had begun his term advocating the rights of gays in the military, came around to supporting the Defense of Marriage Act, which barred federal recognition for gay and lesbian unions, Dole was wide-eyed."
"What they have probably shown, Bill, is that caffeine may have a role in what they call advocating cancer cells, meaning that if you already have cancer, there's a possibility, looking at some long-term studies, that caffeine may actually stimulate those cells to go a little bit more than they otherwise would have."
"What you should be advocating is Stanford's resignation. john"