ginger group


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ginger group

Politics chiefly Brit a group within a party, association, etc., that enlivens or radicalizes its parent body
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I was particularly looking forward to a fringe meeting by Cymdeithas Cledwyn, the ginger group set up by Eluned Morgan MEP to promote the Welsh language in Labour.
Other holidaymakers said Evans, who made pounds 75 million when he sold his Ginger group earlier this year, seemed to be lost in his thoughts during the trip.
Before taking the medication, 22% of the sumatriptan group and 20010 of the ginger group had severe headaches.
Directgov is also embracing the mashing culture, positively encouraging citizens to show what more can be done with its data by supporting events organised by the ginger group Rewired State.
The UNPA, a ginger group of six unattached regional parties, has emerged key to the survival of the Congress party-led United Progressive Alliance government in view of the Left Front threat to withdraw their crucial support to the government over the nuclear deal.
It is understood that Tees Valley Biofuels, which up until now has been financed by government grants and investors associated with industry ginger group North-East Biofuels, has agreed to sell its remaining shares to Bioverda over time.
CND's protests against this policy were widely ignored and it was hard to get press coverage even for impressive mass meetings, so a ginger group one day called on us to stop the traffic in various parts of the country.
Vodaphone has applied to North Tyneside Council put up a six-antennae mast on The Land of Green Ginger group of shops in Front Street.
Mel Davies's one-man ginger group on the ROA council has gone.
Angela Knight, chief executive of the investor ginger group APCIMS, welcomed the move.