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struggle

the struggle S African the radical and armed opposition to apartheid, especially by the military wings of the ANC and the PAC
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Before entering on the subject of this chapter, I must make a few preliminary remarks, to show how the struggle for existence bears on Natural Selection.
With its birth begins its struggle with the bourgeoisie.
Yet the terrible struggle between good and evil in his soul went on.
Page one hundred and thirty-two," I read aloud: "'The class struggle, therefore, presents itself in the present stage of social development between the wage-paying and the wage-paid classes.
Tudor still attempted to struggle and to throw him off.
Passepartout and his companions had begun to struggle with their captors, three of whom the Frenchman had felled with his fists, when his master and the soldiers hastened up to their relief.
It was as though the side issues had been shorn away, so that the main struggle was thenceforth on simpler lines.
And I remember the fleeting bitterness that was mine as I realised that I was in a struggle with death, and that these others did not know.
Dunster's head was still bound, although the bandage had slipped a little, apparently in some struggle.
It darted through Maggie's mind that here was a mode of releasing herself from outward struggle,--to tell Stephen that her whole heart was Philip's.
And yet sometimes one gets a hint of what the last scene may be like in the life of a ship and her crew, which resembles a drama in its struggle against a great force bearing it up, formless, ungraspable, chaotic and mysterious, as fate.
The Abraham Lincoln, not being able to struggle with such velocity, had moderated its pace, and sailed at half speed.