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- adj. Pertaining to insurrection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to insurrection; consisting in insurrection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to insurrection; consisting in insurrection.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or given to insurrection
Here the moment of rupture is not one 'insurrectional' moment but develops over a prolonged phase extending over decades.
Can we all at least agree that the bare minimum has to be that the “insurrectional acts” actually improve things?
In the end, I see institutional slavery as an evil that justified a wide array of insurrectional acts, and I have a lot of trouble doing anything but admiring Brown.
-- Romero reverts to form with some provocative ending quotes about Chavez "stimulating a pre-insurrectional climate;" that his nationalizations aim "to annihilate the productive apparatus so that we depend more on petroleum, which is to depend more on the state, or in other words, to depend more on Chavez."
And I was there in the summer of '94, when it became almost insurrectional in Havana.
He and Mutebesi have been wanted since September 7 for "mounting an insurrectional movement, war crimes and crimes against humanity" after they seized control of the Sud-Kivu province capital of
Sacked General Laurent Nkunda and Colonel Jules Mutebusi are accused of "mounting an insurrectional movement, war crimes and crimes against humanity," said the sources.
This meeting has been more or less erased from the opposition's own "heroic version" of events, but when you think about it the manipulation involved is pretty grotesque: these guys planned an insurrectional march, in secret, and bamboozled hundreds of thousands of caraquenos to take incredible risks for the sake of their gamble.
The singles "How I Wrote Elastic Man" and "Totally Wired" (Smith and The Fall were by now committed amphetamine sulphate vultures); the album "Grotesque (After The Gramme)", which introduced Smith's heroic, insurrectional alter-ego Roman Totale - as well as Marc Riley's whacked out use of the kazoo - and ended in the ten-minute masterpiece "The North Will Ride Again".
He said the OAU was ready to help resolve the crisis, but could not do so in an "insurrectional atmosphere."