- n. Plural form of movement.
“Because churches were the most important autonomous organizations in the black community, they were the natural places for oppositional social movements to form; in a sense, the church played the same role in the civil rights movement that the tavern and the cafe did in many European social movements.”
“The nervous fluid," he says, "can, then, undergo movements in certain parts of its mass, as well as in every part at once; moreover, it is these latter movements which constitute the _general movements_”
“This can happen if a manager chooses to enter and exit stock positions over long time horizons in an effort to mitigate sudden short term movements in the securities it is trying to sell or acquire.”
“Failure to join in these movements is consequently a form of infidelity.”
“So I guess you can argue that they're saying what they're going to say about it outdoors in a rally at a place so associated with political movements is just really another step.”
“But honestly wanting to join those movements is not the way to become a leader for your side.”
“As it scans, the cantilever bounces up and down, and data from these movements is compiled to generate a picture of that surface.”
“Yakhya Massaly wonders whether the rapid growth of citizen movements is due to the failure of political parties or a genuine need for citizen participation as advocated by famed musician Youssou Ndour (fr).”
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