Championed [verb]

Definition of Championed:

advocate, support

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The modern incarnation was popularized in the 1970s and 1980s by Georges Duboeuf, a leading negociant and champion of beaujolais who died in early January at 86.

They hold seminars, events, and workshops all throughout the year and partner with organizations to champion issues.

She ends up playing the boys in the club simultaneously, including last year’s champion.

Some politicians are now championing industrial policy as the way forward.

The past two NBA champions, the Lakers and Toronto Raptors, are proof of what can be accomplished by channeling urgency properly.

It focuses on Lewis’s activism in the 1950s and ’60s, when he championed nonviolence in the civil rights movement — even as he was brutally, and repeatedly, beaten.

Pineda, 38, is in his fourth year with the defending champion Sounders.

In other words, today’s GOP women and Democratic women might simply view their roles in Congress very differently due to their party allegiance, so they champion very different causes as a result.

Klaviyo has now emerged as a leading champion of owned marketing, helping clients connect with their customers on a deeply personalized level — and always on the brands’ own platforms.

Erekat was a champion of the two-state solution and rejected violence and terrorism.