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Debs

 (dĕbz), Eugene Victor 1855-1926.
American labor organizer and socialist leader who ran unsuccessfully for US president five times between 1900 and 1920.

Debs

(dɛbz)
n
(Biography) Eugene Victor. 1855–1926, US labour leader; five times Socialist presidential candidate (1900–20)

Debs

(dɛbz)

n.
Eugene Victor, 1855–1926, U.S. labor leader: Socialist candidate for president 1900–20.
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Noun1.Debs - United States labor organizer who ran for President as a socialist (1855-1926)Debs - United States labor organizer who ran for President as a socialist (1855-1926)
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Time and the world had rolled on, Gompers was gone, the American Federation of Labour was gone, and gone was Debs with all his wild revolutionary ideas; but the dream had persisted, and here it was at last realized in fact.
Debs, national leader of the American socialists at the time, the following words: "The labor leaders that cannot be bribed nor bullied, must be ambushed and murdered.
It seemed appropriate that, in poor health, and shortly before his death, Debs launched a new weekly, the American Appeal, which he hoped would reverse the antilabor tendencies of the 1920's "Era of Normalcy.
Nearly 80 percent of European cardiology specialists have already adopted DEBs to some extent, and two thirds of remaining nonusers intend to adopt the devices within the next year.
Neil Morrissey's character manages to bed neighbour Debs - played by troubled Leslie Ash - in the new series.
Neither Moloney nor a member of her household owns shares of ASHW, BEBE, CACH, CBUK, COLM, DBRN, GES, OO, PERY, URGI, CHRS, DEBS or CMRG.
They also offer assistance through their Sub Deb program, designed to introduce 10th-12th grade girls in the Jackson metro area to the symphony and instill in them a love of music.
Around three years ago, Debs, a mum-of-two, and her family moved from Canada to Teesside and she says they have been overwhelmed with how the club has made a real effort to include them.
Debs mayor Abdullah Al-Salhi told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / the two car bombs exploded on Thursday morning 11, July in the Zahra village, of Debs area, injuring 12 civilians and damaging a number of nearby cars and shops.
Taking instructions from a 999 operator, the woman revived Phoenix, who had stopped breathing, and comforted Debs.