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- n. Ⓐ; The symbol of anarchism; an A inside a circle (and often extending slightly beyond it). The symbol is derived from the slogan "Anarchy is Order" by French anarchist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.
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The latter had the advantage of an eye-catching circle-A, and a specific action item — attending the meeting.
Disrespect, Iskra, Profane Existence and the circle-A of valour.
Remember the circle-A, circle-E, and peace symbols!
Olympic sponsor HBC's downtown store displaying Games merchandise and spray-painted the anarchist circle-A symbol on a bus and a city vehicle.
Indeed, one of the best known anarchist symbols, circle-A, stands for "Anarchy is Order".
It sounds like Doctor Science is saying that the “rebels’” adoption is as ignorant of the meaning behind the symbol as that of other “rebels” who buy scrawled circle-A gear at Hot Topic.
And hey, there we go, quicker than you can say “tea-soaked madeline,” I’m black-clad 13, dark jeans and a 2600 T-shirt, denim jacket with the circle-A patch — Chuck Taylors slapping pale green tile and “The Only Time” on headphones blocking locker doors’ clang.
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