Septembrist

Sep·tem·brist

 (sĕp-tĕm′brĭst)
n.
1. A bloodthirsty revolutionist or terrorist.
2. One of the mob that massacred the imprisoned royalists in Paris, France, in September 1792.

Septembrist

(sɛpˈtɛmbrɪst)
n
(Historical Terms) French history a person who took part in the September Massacre
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septembrist 1933 tekstiilitAaAaAeA AaAaAe palka 30% vAaAaAeA rra, sest nende palgad olid Eestis kAaAaAeA ige madalamad see oli muutnud tekstiilitAaAaAeA AaAaAeA liste elu vAaAaAeAnljakannatamatuks.
Each had its constitutional and institutional preferences: the absolutists stood for no written constitution and the traditional cortes, summoned and not elected; the Chartist moderates for an octroye charter and a parliament of two houses; the Septembrist radicals for the constitution of 1822 and a cortes of a single chamber.
When the Septembrist constitutionalists took up arms, Palmerston (then foreign secretary) was cross-pressured between his ideological preference for the constitutionalists and Britain's established relationship with the monarchists.
aasta septembrist, kus vastaste havitamine ja heidutamine oli surutud uutesse, pseudooiguslikesse raamidesse, mille eesmargiks oli uhiskonnale uute, enamlike normide pealesundimine.
aasta septembrist, naib mulle, et enamik Eesti baltisakslastest ei ilmutanud umberasumise aktsiooni teatavakstegemiseni vahemalt avalikult ebakindlust tuleviku suhtes, kuigi NSV Liidu sojalaevade korduv viibimine Eesti territoriaalvetes ja Eesti ohuruumi rikkumine idanaabri sojalennukite poolt 1939.
aasta septembrist alates omavalitsuste tooburoodes registreeritud toootsijate arv kuresti ja tousis detsembri lopuks 9100-ni, uletades 1930.
septembrist 1932 komitee, mille koosseisus olid teede-, haridus- ja sotsiaal-, majandus- ning pollutooministeeriumi, kaubandustoostuskoja, pollutookoja, Eestimaa Toolisilhingute Keskliidu (Tooliskoja), Linnade Liidu ja Maakondade Liidu esindajad.
The standoff between the Black Septembrists and the German armed forces finally ended that evening when five of the eight terrorists were killed during a climactic melee at the Furtenfeldbruck military airfield (fourteen miles west of Munich).
The Syrian leader would not shy away from such tactics: he has sponsored the building of a headquarters for leading Palestinian terrorist Abu Nidal in Damascus and sheltered Black Septembrists and other violent Palestinians there.