Asked how her current lifestyle—which, for Rivers means work-style—compares to the good old days, Rivers is vigorously upbeat.
The Fair Housing Act was passed in 1968—and vigorously enforced, incidentally, by a HUD secretary named George Romney.
She pursued him vigorously and he rebuffed her attention before she made her complaint.
Unless Netanyahu tells us that the aim of negotiations is that, we should oppose them vigorously.
By contrast, his fellow lawmakers have been vigorously denouncing the Satanists as something between nutjobs and jokers.
In an age which tended towards the formation of great monarchies he was vigorously monarchical.
"You sit right down," returned Sabrina vigorously, rising as she said it.
There is also a small navy-yard, where a couple of Government steamboats were building, and getting on vigorously.
"And when you go like this with your arms," vigorously beating his arms across his chest.
A well-developed white arm threw the Spencer vigorously against the side of the house.