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  • n. Plural form of insurrectionist.


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  • BBC Arabic television on Sunday, Mr. Saleh said he would not hand over power to what he termed "insurrectionists."

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  • If one of his fellow insurrectionists is to be believed, he was even tossed out of an al-Qaeda training camp during the years he spent in the Middle East, in the 1990s.

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  • This phenomenon corroborates insurrectionist skepticism about the importance of ideological positions, but it also means that those who identify as insurrectionists are no more likely to practice what they preach than anyone else.

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  • So your postulating about things that don't even exist over there (ie; people don't see the divide between 'insurrectionists' and 'labour movements' as an uncrossable dichotomy like the people posting here seem to imply).

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  • Firearms rights activists are now 'insurrectionists' say anti-gunners

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  • Instead, vague, unthreatening singers, including MDMA, Sarah Green and Skylar Grey, sing bombastic hooks that are inserted into what sounds like a mediocre album by Bay Area insurrectionists The Coup.

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  • Although the circumstances in Brixton 1981 and Tottenham 2011 are remarkably identical; economic crisis, disenfranchised young people, deep cuts in public services and a deterioration in the relationship between young black people and the police, from what I saw in Tottenham I didn't detect any resolve in the insurrectionists for them to take the police to account.

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  • The young American citizenry esteemed him for bringing together and presiding over the Constitutional Convention, but they honored him more for his steadfastness in holding the colonies together and facing down potential insurrectionists who might have seized the government and made him a military dictator.

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  • When Jagger briefly dabbled in politics during 1968, attending an anti-war demonstration in Grosvenor Square and telling the Sunday Mirror that "there should be no such thing as private property", some activists got carried away with the idea that the Stones were insurrectionists: Tariq Ali's radical magazine Black Dwarf even printed the lyrics to Street Fighting Man next to a few lines from Engels.

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  • But Facebook, which celebrates its seventh birthday Friday and has more than a half-billion users worldwide, is not eagerly embracing its role as the insurrectionists' instrument of choice.

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