Consider that the first popularly elected African-American senator was a Republican, Ed Brooke from Massachusetts, in 1966.
The flowers and leaves of this herb are used to make medications and the supplement is popularly used for depression.
Edward Brooke, the first popularly elected black U.S. senator, receives a Congressional Gold Medal on Wednesday.
That man is Ed Brooke—the first African American popularly elected to the U.S. Senate.
Ronald Reagan did an excellent job of riding out a monster recession, which was popularly known as “the Carter recession.”
This account of Mohammed was the one most popularly current in the middle ages.
It is popularly believed in Gavrillac that M. de Kercadiou is my father.
On the percentages of success for these examination results teachers and even schools are wont to be popularly judged.
In some form or other, this belief was popularly held everywhere.
It is popularly supposed that a lecturer loses all interest in a performance which he repeats so many times.