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insurgent

International law a person or group that rises in revolt against an established government or authority but whose conduct does not amount to belligerency
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The 12th Demon: Vampyre Majick" is the second book in the series following Jonathan Steel as he deals with an insurgence of the supernatural in the natural world.
In addition to the host city's insightful events, many Realtors also are gearing up for the possible insurgence of investment, relocation and second-home business.
He warned Glasgow about the worrying Eastern European insurgence (the Aberdonians) during the recently won 2014 Commonwealth games, and accused a Celtic-supporting 13-year-old in the audience of almost sparking a sectarian riot.
With the insurgence of a "left tide" capturing a good percentage of recent political contests in the region, many established companies in the area remain cautious as to what is at stake.
lt; Five years later and Osama bin Laden is still on the loose while the Taliban is gaining ground in a violent insurgence in Afghanistan.
Certainly Still life with Universal Gazetteer was not related to any specific historical event other than the Gilded Age, a term coined by Mark Twain referring to America in the 1870s when there was an insurgence of post-Civil War wealth along with considerable political and social corruption in America.
The Ospreys had been concerned by Clermont's efficient drives from line-outs, and the home side managed to stop an insurgence from the five-metre mark.
Our premature withdrawal will lead to the so-called insurgence and the terrorists who plunge Iraq back into, first of all, chaos,'' he claimed.
The ministers were also expected to discuss security matters such as the need to ensure that no militants infiltrate Iraq from neighbouring countries to join the insurgence there, he said.
The worst month was April when 135 died as the insurgence flared in Fallujah and elsewhere in the so-called Sunni Triangle where US forces and their Iraqi allies lost a large measure of control.
But with the continuing insurgence in Iraq, and growing disenchantment from both his own party and the electorate, Blair was looking as wobbly as a strawberry jelly on the deck of the Titanic.