- n. Plural form of faction.
“But when you factor in that 90% of the largest party DO approve of him, and he has support from factions from the OTHER parties, the math ... plain and simple .... a BIG Majority of america DOES approve of him.”
“Kabul, the old city fortress and walls, a site of infighting between mujaheddin factions; Baghi Babur, the garden of the tomb of the 16th-century Mogul emperor”
“Reconciliation between the two factions is considered critical because Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas needs a unanimous stance to back newly restarted talks with Israel.”
“Putting together societies with political, magical and supernatural factions is no easy task, and this is done quite well - while Nicodemus takes the top spot in the book, he's supported by a host of secondary characters that come and go throughout, which is very cool.”
“The different mujahedin factions were fighting each other for the control of the capital Kabul and other major provinces.”
“During the civil war, the USA, Russia, Iran and Pakistan, all signatory members of the UN-brokered power sharing agreement continued supporting the different mujahedin factions that were fighting each other.”
“Russia, Iran and Pakistan, all signatory members of the UN-brokered power-sharing agreement, continued supporting the different mujahedin factions that were fighting each other.”
“There are factions and factions within factions, as well as splits between orders, countries, and groups within orders (nuns vs. bishops, rather famously).”
“Violence from the anti-abortionist factions is on the rise, as they always are, with a Democrat in the white house.”
“The support came from two main factions — environmentalists (who support transit) and neighborhood activists (who want to reduce the footprint of the bridge in Montlake and the traffic impact on Montlake and Capitol Hill).”
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