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insurrection

the act or an instance of rebelling against a government in power or the civil authorities; insurgency
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Some analytical studies have also diminished the impact of the right-wing insurrectionary forces and focused on the Left as the cause of the coup.
She is spreading seditious and insurrectionary imputations against Government of India
About The Light may be his most personal, life-affirming release to date, but rest assured, you'll still hear plenty of Steve Mason's insurrectionary voice on this latest record.
Insurrectionary violence emerged as the dominant characteristic of conflict.
The NIA in charge-sheet said, "The above accused were using various media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, TV Channels including channels in Pakistan to spread insurrectionary imputations and hateful messages and speeches against India.
The NIA in charge-sheet said, 'The above accused were using various media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, TV Channels including channels in Pakistan to spread insurrectionary imputations and hateful messages and speeches against India.
NIA has alleged that Andrabi and her associates are actively running terrorist organisation Dukhtaran-E-Millat and using various media platforms to spread insurrectionary imputations and hateful speeches that endanger the integrity, security and sovereignty.
Being harsh and severe, AFSPA has been criticized by the champions of human rights because the Act authorizes the armed forces to use brute force to crush movements and maintain public order in "disturbed areas." The armed forces can arrest suspected insurrectionary elements without a warrant, open fire and even enter private premises.
Will it be the insurrectionary overthrow of the Sandinistas, now that Nicaragua's dictators are Sandinistas, instead of Somocistas?
The first were "immediately liquidated by means of imprisonment in concentration camps, not hesitating to use the death penalty with regard to the organizers of terrorist acts, counterrevolutionary actions, and insurrectionary organizations," according to the Soviet policy.
Unfortunately, Robe's methodology for understanding how anarchist video-making forges insurrectionary subjectivities that point beyond capitalist social structures falls far short of the mark.
Students of the Rising will know that Abbey actor Sean Connolly, who had appeared in Lennox Robinson's most insurrectionary play The Dreamer just before the Rising, was the first rebel to die in action.