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  • n. Plural form of demonstration.

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Examples

  • Many thoughtful Oaxacans of all classes realize that the utilization of federal police forces or military units to try to end the demonstrations is an alternative fraught with danger that might result in extensive civil strife.

    Articles on Oaxaca

  • If Mr.S. or Mr. White shew this, they do something; otherwise, I must tell them, that unless they can manage these pretty things they call demonstrations better, they must shortly either quit their reason, or their religion; or else return to the honest old mumpsimus of the infallibility of the church from an extraordinary and immediate assistance of the Holy Ghost; or (to make the business short, and stop all gaps with one bush) come over to the

    The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 10.

  • Such activities are defined as demonstrations, religious services and events designed to draw a crowd and express an viewpoint, according to federal law.

    How to host a rally on the Mall

  • About 60 percent of applications are for "First Amendment activities," including Beck's rally, which are defined as demonstrations, religious services and events designed to draw a crowd and express an viewpoint, according to federal law.

    How to have a rally on the Mall

  • Unfortunately, the peace movement in the United States as it exists at this exact historical moment does not have the infrastructure and ability to call demonstrations in 100 cities.

    Robert Naiman: A Hundred Cities Against Escalation As the President Announces It

  • Maybe they're afraid that if people knew that those behind the demonstrations were the very same lobbyists and influence peddlers the teabaggers claim to decry, the whole thing would be revealed to be what it is -- a hollow excercise in extremist right-wing hypocrisy.

    Jane Hamsher: The Corporate Lobbyists Behind the Tea Parties

  • In solitary confinement, he read a newspaper article in which eight white clergymen called the demonstrations, quote, "unwise and untimely."

    CNN Transcript Jan 19, 2009

  • He calls the demonstrations an insult to Imam Hussein, whose death is commemorated by the observance.

    CNN Transcript Dec 29, 2009

  • O'BRIEN: In his solitary confinement, Dr. King read a newspaper article in which eight white clergymen called his demonstrations, quote, "unwise and untimely."

    CNN Transcript Nov 8, 2008

  • YOON: The Chinese government is carefully managing the media coverage here, blocking out broadcasts on Western channels like the BBC and CNN, calling demonstrations over China's human rights record and its crackdown on protests in Tibet vile misdeeds.

    CNN Transcript Apr 11, 2008

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