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American Revolution

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  • n. the revolution of the American Colonies against Great Britain; 1775-1783

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Examples

  • The weather was warm and clear; the mood happy in this, the cradle of the American Revolution, which is overwhelmingly pro-Obama.

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  • That is a relatively easy amount of figures to paint over several months and it is why the American Revolution is a good candidate for the 1:10 ratio of castings.

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  • One of the saddest events in the history of the American Revolution is the _treason of Arnold_, and, in consequence of it, _the death of

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  • Campaign 1776: The American Revolution is a tactical/operational level game covering the major battles of the American Revolution from the first clashes at Concord and Lexington to the Siege of Yorktown.

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  • The American Revolution is a three-disc set which contains all six episodes in its original broadcast TV full-screen format.

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  • An anarchist-led, libertarian-populist, radical decentralist, pan-secessionist movement that appealed to the tradition and ideals of the American Revolution is the only possible avenue.

    Attack the System

  • The Daughters of the American Revolution is a group of women charged with the promotion of patriotism in the

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  • The American war is over; but this is far from being the case with the American Revolution.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • A few decades later, George Whitefield, the leader of the “Great Awakening,” which according to many historians laid the self-disciplining moral groundwork for the American Revolution, believed that dancing and music were “devilish diversions” and demanded that the people shun them.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • So far military and patriotic groups—such as the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sons of the American Revolution and National Sojourners—have expressed their support.

    A Medal of Honor for George Washington

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