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revolution

one complete rotation of a body or object about an axis. Measured as 360° or 2π radians.
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And Felipe Rivera, the scrubber for the Revolution, continued, as occasion arose, to lay down gold and silver for the Junta's use.
He would stand listening, expressionless, a thing dead, save for his eyes, coldly burning, while their talk of the Revolution ran high and warm.
Second, the organizing of the Fighting Groups, and outside of them, of the general secret organization of the Revolution.
We worshipped at the shrine of the Revolution, which was the shrine of liberty.
Her manners were of the excellent tone that distinguished the good society of Paris before the revolution, being natural, quiet, simple and considerate.
I remember that madame," Georges always gave his old mistress this title of honor, "kept many of the beautiful garments of her trousseau untouched, down to the melancholy period of the revolution.
We only know a handful of facts-like dictator Ferdinand Marcos being ousted, President Cory Aquino replacing him, and the revolution mantra, 'Never again
Revolutionaries asserted the importance of building a strong national military to protect the revolution and its accomplishments; to boost the economic, social, political and cultural level of Yemenis; to work to achieve national unity within mass Arab unity; and to respect U.
Chapters three and four deal with the revolution in imperial policy sponsored by the purged or "Rump" Parliament.
HOLD A DEBATE: Divide students into two groups of "colonists"--one supporting the Revolution, the other loyal to the King.
These are songs of the October Revolution, and of the Revolution and Lenin being one.
In the past two decades, a spate of Haitian-themed, nonfiction books and novels have been published in the United States, several focusing on topics other than the revolution.