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grassroot

(ˈɡrɑːsˌruːt)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) relating to the ordinary people, esp as part of the electorate
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I tell you, you can shake it out of the grassroots.
LONDON, March 7 (KUNA) -- Dean of Diplomatic Corps, Kuwaiti Ambassador in London Khaled Al-Duwaisan has been offered the 3rd Annual Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award.
The nomination on AFC President Recognition Award for Grassroots Football was measured on the basis of points system such as the structure, management and philosophy of the country's grassroot program.
Tories want to boost Lottery spending on grassroot sports
Free Hobby" was able to generate over 33,000 signatures from a vast array of stakeholders and ultimately persuaded the Houston City Council to approve the measure by a vote of 16-1, making it the largest grassroots campaign many Members had seen.
Some opposition political parties on Wednesday said they would take advantage of their grassroots strength to capture Lagos State in 2019 general elections.
A FOOTBALL club is celebrating after being crowned the Best Grassroots Club in Europe.
SUNDERLAND'S Duncan Watmore has been named an ambassador for the Football Foundation, the charity which develops grassroots football.
The issue of the autonomous of the local governments in Nigeria should be a dream come true in order to effectively solidify democracy at the grassroots level.
The crucial agenda of grassroots truth, justice and reconciliation however is not receiving the attention it desperately deserves.
The awards celebrate and honour Northern Ireland's dedicated and hardworking grassroots football volunteers who give up their time to provide a fun, safe and engaging place for all to play the beautiful game.
THE FA has launched the 2016 Grassroots Football Survey which will run until October 28.