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march

 [mahrch]
the progression of electrical activity through the motor cortex.
cortical march (epileptic march) (jacksonian march) the spread of abnormal electrical activity from one area of the cerebral cortex to adjacent areas, characteristic of jacksonian epilepsy.
Gait; a walk in cadence
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Another close reading of the text shows that the beast is not defined in any of its eleven appearances while the tiger appears solely in the tiger-hunt metaphor, which serves to evince Marcher's fanciful heroism.
SPEECH Obama speaks on bridge where marchers, below, were attacked in 1965
Imagine if all the marchers' income levels were indicated by their height.
One of the marchers, Lizi Grey, was inspired by her great-grandfather Michael McLoughlin, who took part in the original march 75 years ago.
Coun Nellist even agreed to put up two marchers up in his own home.
The new march begins with a rally near where the gates to the mighty shipyards used to stand, before the marchers, mostly young and unemployed, head south.
Witnesses said marchers shouted, "Death to Arabs." Some demonstrators chanted slogans saying "Um el Fahm will be Jewish." Arab residents burned tires in the streets and threw rocks.
Set to begin on April 4, the anniversary of King's assassination, marchers traveled from the Mississippi Delta to Detroit, mobilizing people all along the route to unite in the fight to claim their rights to the basic necessities of life.
The marchers carried a sea of photos of Ayatollah Khomeini and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi.
MORE than 5,000 marchers joined a protest against knife crime yesterday - only hours after yet another stabbing murder.
More than 10,000 ethnic Hazaras protested in the Afghan capital yesterday, calling for President Hamid Karzai to resign over killings of their kin by rival Kuchi nomads.The angry marchers sent police fleeing on the outskirts of Kabul, then chased them until hundreds of officers and soldiers blocked one of the main roads into the city, next to Kabul zoo.The marchers then sat down in the middle of the road until one of their leaders, parliamentarian Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq, addressed the crowd and persuaded them to peacefully disperse.
Waving Tibetan flags and banners reading "China out of Tibet Now!", marchers chanted anti-Chinese slogans accusing Beijing of genocide in the Himalayan region.