resistance movement

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resistance movement

An organized effort by some portion of the civil population of a country to resist the legally established government or an occupying power and to disrupt civil order and stability.
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5) disappearance of resistance techniques like syringe technique, Brook's method, modified pressure technique, (6) the balloon technique, spring loaded syringe, etc.
Porter Goss and Nancy Pelosi included "a history of the Zubaida interrogation, an overview of the material acquired, the resistance techniques Zubaida had employed, and the reason for deciding to use the enhanced measures," along with a description of "the enhanced techniques that had been employed.
Certainly prior to the use of ultrasound, all landmark (2), nerve stimulator (3) and loss of resistance techniques first required contact with the transverse process.
March, who had 18 months' experience in the Territorial Army, and Maye had already practised the resistance techniques.
Maye told the court that he and the complainant had talked at length about the RTI experiences outlined in the war book and film Bravo Two Zero and the television series Ultimate Force, which had helped precipitate the decision to practise resistance techniques.
War was never a sporadic gunfire and the army ought to have the same resistance techniques as his enemy," Aoun affirmed whereby he put emphasis on the laid budget saying it does not provide adequate means to gear-up an army.
That request was to develop intelligence professionals, specifically interrogators and analysts, who could effectively obtain information from hardened, resistant, and deceptive detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba by defeating their resistance techniques to interrogation.
He also details successful resistance techniques employed by the POW's.
What is driving people to the streets is their sense of frustration and anger--not a well-devised plan and training in clever nonviolent resistance techniques.
Gandhi led his countrymen in using nonviolent resistance techniques that brought an end to British colonial rule of India on Aug.

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