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  • n. Plural form of groupuscule.

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Examples

  • [T] he picture that this report paints is one of small, sectarian and chauvinist groupuscules, reproducing in this country the fissiparous and distrustful community loyalties of the subcontinent.

    Young British Muslims at the mercy of extremists because of out-of-touch Imams

  • Magri and his comrades never became one of the groupuscules that infested the far left.

    The Tailor of Ulm: A Possible History of Communism in the Twentieth Century by Lucio Magri – review

  • True, we have the Green Party and assorted groupuscules.

    John Feffer: Where's the Street Heat on Foreign Policy?

  • If you: have a dry sense of humour; employ members of obscure Trotskyite groupuscules in responsible positions; are fascinated by newts; you may have been too.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Now that Sinn Fein/PIRA is in the government of the province, violent Republicanism has splintered again into several different groupuscules of which the Real IRA is but one, all fuming that the Provos sold out to the British.

    Replacing the sheep

  • Oh, dear - either they had observed with an extremely sharp eye the idiocies of the '60s 'groupuscules', or they were extraordinarily prescient ...

    [loretta] and the struggle against reality

  • Of course there was something absurd about the conference organised by the Americans, the endless jabbering of groupuscules under a mural of a semi-naked Saddam repelling American jet bombers.

    Boris in Iraq

  • Just about every pro-life group in North America except The Army of God, and perhaps a few groupuscules condemn the use of violence.

    Because, here at CC HQ, we are all about the edumacation.

  • Because we all should know that Canadian Muslims--with the exception, of course, of Tarek Fatah himself his involvement with the tiny Muslim Canadian Congress ended in 2006 after the latter split into two even smaller groupuscules and Alia Hogben's Canadian Council of Muslim Women--are all terrorists or terrorist sympathizers or terrorist enablers or just plain folks terrorized into silence.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • He inveighs ceaselessly against the groupuscules and their splintered craziness, as though they pose a hazard to anyone but themselves.

    Archive 2008-08-01

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