In the 1990s, progressive politicians led by the redoubtable Al Gore, viewed the “digital divide” as a dire national crisis.
And what about his replacement, the redoubtable Rosa Otunbayeva, a former foreign minister and ambassador to the U.S.?
Even the intelligence operations of the redoubtable New York City Police Department are under fire.
Occasionally he performed feats of marksmanship which not even the two redoubtable leaders could equal.
They will form a caste—poor, stern to itself, and redoubtable.
The counsel for the defense felt he had been entrapped in attempting to be sarcastic with the redoubtable detective.
But the glory of these redoubtable Cinque Ports has departed.
Their caustic censure and vivacity of style made them redoubtable in their day; they did not even spare their brothers.
He was redoubtable, not in virtue of his office, but because of his unwarrantable assumptions.
Even the well-tried legions of Napoleon were destined, however, to find them as redoubtable as had formerly Maximilian.