anti-war

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anti-war

[ˌæntɪˈwɔːʳ] ADJantibelicista, pacifista
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Thousands of demonstrators took part in the anti-war march in the eastern Ukrainian city.
and Norman Mailer's The Armies of the Night on the 1967 anti-war march in Washington.
The Labour MP, who in 2003 marched in London's largest anti-war march before the Iraq invasion, said the events following that war only confirmed her views on intervention.
Union leaders in the region have backed the demonstration and urged members to make their voice heard as part of the biggest union-organised event for more than 20 years and the largest in the country since the anti-war march in 2003.
Up to a quarter of a million people are expected to join the protest in London, the biggest union-organised event for more than 20 years and the largest in the country since the anti-war march in 2003.
I AM writing an oral history of the anti-war march in London on February 15, 2003- the largest demonstration in British history about the biggest political question of this generation.
I AM writing a history of the 15 February 2003 anti-war march in London - the largest demonstration in British history about the biggest political question of this generation.
WOOTTON BASSETT: A controversial Islamic group has abandoned plans for an anti-war march
AN Islamic group last night abandoned plans for an anti-war march in a town where processions for dead British soldiers are held.
The same Republicans who for years ridiculed every anti-Bush protest (including the mammoth, 100,000-Strong anti-war march at the 2004 Republican National Convention) as a festival of America-hating lunatics are now complaining bitterly about sparse and negative media coverage of comparatively tiny Tea Party protests from coast to coast.
RADICAL: Billy Bragg meets Neil Kinnock in 1985 and, main picture, at an anti-war march with Ken Livingstone
And of course it was this particular concern attached to a fortuitous event, the 1967 anti-war march in Washington in which men of draft age made a bonfire of their draft cards, that led him to write The Armies of the Night.