mass movement


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mass movement

[′mas ′müv·mənt]
(geology)
Movement of a portion of the land surface as a unit.
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Political scientist Sekou Franklin focuses on strategies and movement-building among those he calls the "post-civil rights generation" of young people: those he describes as coming of age after the mass movements.
Farida Behanji demanded immediate release of all Hurriyet leaders including those of Mass Movement.
Activists in Naples are planning to create a mass movement against the ECB.
The mass movement against hair removal was seen as a way of empowering women who are expected to conform to social norms such as wearing make-up, dieting, and removing their body hair.
Tripoli'Situation in Libya is moving fast toward a showdown between the General National Congress whose mandate ended on 7 February and a mass movement that has rejected the GNC's decision to extend its term.
Joe, it''s about building a mass movement and seeing what happens
Once described as "a human hawk with a social conscience," Jonathan's mass movement will inspire people to transform dates that have been scarred by tragedy into days of joy, and make a Change4Good.
What was the name of the mass movement in China in 1965-8 which set out to destroy the country's bureaucrats?
The only way to stop the cuts is to resist them by building a mass movement against them and the Coalition Government that is imposing them.
Mobilizing peasants, workers, army veterans, urban elites and nationalist intellectuals, it was the first mass movement against French colonial rule in the Middle East.
More dedicated cycle lanes are needed says Mr Nelmes if the city is to see a mass movement to cycling.
Encourage consumers to go green, not just by saving energy but buying products with a low carbon footprint - if we can do that, we will create a mass movement in green consumption.