- n. Plural form of activist.
“Could any editors reading this change the word activists to criminals please.”
“anarcho-mobile" - the term activists use among themselves.”
“But the voting comes at a time when the Sunni-led government of King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa has conducted a wave of arrests of political activists from the Shi'ite majority.”
“The liberal narrative of a corporate-friendly conservative activists, is really only just beginning to take shape, and the while liberal legal groups that can shape and support prospective nominees are growing stronger, there's nothing on the left that yet equals the influence and reach of the Federalist Society.”
“When does TP plan on reporting on bigger issues of the Obama administration and stop focusing on fringe activists from a party that has no control?”
“Of course not, well maybe to the point of engaging in kabuki theater to convince the gullible Democrats that Alito and Roberts were just umpires and not activists from the bench …”
“He attended a gala Monday in East Jerusalem - on land Palestinians have claimed for a future state - with Jewish activists from the United States.”
“The four-day convention for left-leaning bloggers, thinkers and activists is themed "This ain't no tea party.”
“So, the environment activists is the cause of these accidents and the lost of life.”
“Figuring out how technology can be best harnessed by activists is more important than coming to hasty conclusions about its utility.”
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