But how do we translate that into a sustained movement
to transform society?
Jody Mason reads the work of left-affiliated writers in Canada as the literal representation of a politically organized and popularly sustained movement
for social change that actually threatened inter- and postwar liberal hegemony, a movement that would not be ignored and could not be repressed.
The retired servicemen voiced support for Musharraf and decided to set in motion a sustained movement
for his protection in Lahore.
Natural increase and the sustained movement
of people to towns and cities will lead to their continued expansion.
By putting on events which are fun and accessible, we can reach out to more people and create a sustained movement
for environmental sustainability within our college.
Yemen saw thousands of people on the streets last week to protest against the three-decade rule of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, and although it has not translated into a sustained movement
so far, the threat to stability remains.
There seems to be a sustained movement
in the country to get back to regionally produced products and what better way to build on this movement then to grow fresh, tasty produce within the cities that we live.
The United States buildup of 533,000 troops in the Persian Gulf happened in tandem with the sustained movement
of mountains of supplies, armor, weapons, and ammunition.
This is down slightly from the prior week (26%) but is basically a continuation of the pattern of little sustained movement
in either direction since January.
The report states: "Soft market conditions are expected to usher in a period where average rental rates fluctuate from quarter to quarter but show little sustained movement
either up or down.
Union, also created in 1993 to John Corigliano's music, was an exercise in sustained movement
, the seven clustered dancers progressing with elegantly outstretched limbs from upstage left to downstage right as if in one extended breath.
We have yet to see a sustained movement
away from gas-guzzlers.