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  • noun Plural form of autonomist.

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Examples

  • So-called autonomists [a violent far-left group] whose names and addresses are known by the

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • Within very few years after the annexation there sprang up, within the Territorial Committee first of all, a group of "autonomists," led by the secretary of state Baron Zorn von

    The Governments of Europe

  • Daniel Queipul, a traditionalist, shows bullet scars on his arms, left from clashes with the "autonomists".

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  • In fact, it is the republicons 'mismanagement of the set-up of "Homeland Security" prior to Obama's ascendency in Jan. 2008 that has the CIA and FBI still not sharing information because of legal loopholes permitted by Bush and the republicons to satisfy "autonomists" of both corrupt agencies.

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  • Additionally, Morales couldn't speak Tuesday in Tarija when groups identified as "autonomists" approached the airport.

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  • Anarchoblogs is a collection of blogs from self-identified anarchists, anarcho-syndicalists, anarcha-feminists, anarchists without adjectives, libertarian-socialists, autonomists and other assorted anti-statists.

    Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2009 – January – 03

  • Anarchoblogs is a collection of blogs from self-identified anarchists, anarcho-syndicalists, anarcha-feminists, anarchists without adjectives, libertarian-socialists, autonomists and other assorted anti-statists.

    Anarchoblogs, rebooted

  • From now on, no national party, left or right, can gain or hold power in Spain without stroking the regional autonomists.

    Rebels With A Cause

  • Factions have developped in the Tibet opposition (essentially in exile since within China no opposition is tolerated) between independentists and autonomists.

    How Tibet and Palestine Are Fighting for Freedom

  • Most jihadi Muslims, including the Taliban, Chechen autonomists, Hamas, and al-Zarqawi follow the fairly realistic "near enemy" strategy aimed at "liberating" Muslim majority populations into the delights of fundamentalist rule.

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