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Greenpeace

(ˈɡriːnˌpiːs)
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(Environmental Science) an organization founded in 1971 that stresses the need to maintain a balance between human progress and environmental conservation. Members take active but nonviolent measures against what are regarded as threats to environmental safety, such as the dumping of nuclear waste in the sea
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Noun1.Greenpeace - an international organization that works for environmental conservation and the preservation of endangered speciesGreenpeace - an international organization that works for environmental conservation and the preservation of endangered species
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Green peace Below Ludlow Castle, Dinham Millennium Green is a community area of natural beauty and with access to the River Teme, where salmon still leap the Castle Weir to spawn.
SO Tiger Woods prefers the rough and tumble of the Las Vegas chaise longues to the deep manicured green peace of the marriage bed.
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But a Green peace spokesman said: "I cannot believe they just say these things.
Julie thoroughly enjoyed swimming with the colourful shoals, it was the otilla sent out by Green Peace to ensure she didn't get beached that upset her.
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Situated to the left of James Cohan's entrance, Les Saltimbanques (all work 2007) comprises a tableau mourant of five unfortunates who, in mute travesty of Picasso's The Saltimbanques, seem even more isolated or derelict than those found in the 1905 original, looking for all the world like a Green Peace sting operation gone wrong.
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07/05/07, GREEN PEACE, PORT MORESBY, PNG--Greenpeace activists today abseiled off the top of the Crown Plaza hotel in downtown Port Moresby, where delegates were gathering for the start of the 42nd International Tropical Timber Organization's (ITTO) committee meeting, unfurling a banner reading "ITTO Stop Forest Destruction.