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Stalwart

Informal for a publicly-traded company that earns a steady but not staggering return. That is, a stalwart provides a solid return for little risk; one may think of a stalwart as the opposite of a growth stock. Peter Lynch coined the term stalwart to describe these companies. See also: Blue chip.
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Yes, Kristol might agree, neoconservatism is not so pure as libertarianism, and not so stalwartly anti-government as the Goldwater-era Right.
With 70 trillion collisions under its belt, the LHC has stalwartly defended the standard model, the reigning theory of particle physics.
Corporate Traffic first appeared on the Top 100 3PL list in 1999 and has stalwartly maintained its level of excellence for 11 successive years.
Summary: I once saw Andre Agassi play at Roland Garros (pronounced A'orran gawo', you uneducated slob) and after he had won the match he took off his shirt and flung it into the stands, thereby starting a mini-riot as a slew of lovely French ladies fought stalwartly to retrieve the trophy.
It is obvious that the measure could embolden refugees into demanding full integration into Lebanese society, which would completely undermine the foundation of the sectarian society that the Phalange official stalwartly champions.
In 2005, Telis presented a wide apparition for India-US relations in an essay titled: "India as a new global Power" which encouraged geo-strategic collaboration between the two states based stalwartly in Washington security and armed sales to New Delhi and its support for India's rising nuclear armory"49 .
In the first reading, they represent the false Christian creed stalwartly holding fast against imminent erosion.
While Greece may have swung to the left, most of Europe has been stalwartly heading right of centre, and it seems our Tony, despite his militaristic ambitions in Iraq and conversion to Catholicism, is still seen as too soft and not close enough to the Christian Democrats, who are promoting the view the EU President should come from a right wing party and the new post in foreign affairs from the left.
Within Roosevelt's own party, a sizeable minority stalwartly rejected American imperialism.
At this occasion while addressing to a gathering of Christians victim families, I-LAP officials and other people present there, Sajid Ishaq stalwartly accused the act of smoldering the Christians and their houses and said that such type of attacks are highly detestable and condemnable.
It's the urge for political correctness, the need to take up a cause and to stalwartly defend it." There is a kind of moral loneliness that accompanies this, and it's our deepest loneliness.
In her prayers for Thanksgiving Day, 1861, the young woman stalwartly resolved to display more "energy," "industry," "tact," and "promptitude." (12) Such traits, she believed, were key to a "better happiness in a world to come." (13) But despite the outstanding scholastic performance her hard work produced, young Ladd's confidence was fragile and at times wavered.