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  • n. Plural form of Septembrist.


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  • On the fourth, shaggy Septembrists pummel typewriters, confer, feed paper into hand presses and bark orders into radio telephones.

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  • A second fact of importance was the amalgamation, in 1852, of the Septembrists and the

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  • There were now three political groups of principal importance: the Miguelists, representing the interests of the repudiated absolutist régime; the Chartists, who advocated the principles of the moderate constitution (that of 1826) at the time in operation; and the Septembrists, [871] who were (p.  631) attached rather to the principles of the radical instrument of

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  • Another outbreak of the persistent conflict between the Septembrists and Cabralists broke out in April.

    A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Volume Two (of Three)

  • I induced Boulard to join the Septembrists in order to save the viscount from death; I procured his escape!


  • In May 1972 four Black Septembrists hijacked a Sabena flight from Brussels to Tel Aviv, hoping to free comrades from Israeli jails.

    Elder of Ziyon

  • In 1836 the Septembrists stimulated a popular rising in consequence of which the constitution of 1822 was declared again in effect until a new one should have been devised, and, April 4, 1838, there was brought forward under Septembrist auspices an instrument in which it was provided that an elected senate should take the place of the aristocratic House of Peers for which the Charter provided, and that elections to the House of Deputies should thenceforth be direct.

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  • Septembrists, and Chartists he was driven into exile. [

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