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rightwards

(ˈraɪtwədz) or

rightward

adv
towards or on the right
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For me his rightwards shift after his opposition to the Vietnam War and active support for CND was quite shocking.
So India hasn't just lurched rightwards, it has been witnessing a dangerous ratcheting up of communal tensions and atmospherics across the country.
Of course, the rightwards shift of the Labour Party was a purely ideological process, rooting out socialist ideas and destroying the democratic structures of the Party which had allowed the organised working class, through the trade unions in particular, to contend for influence within the party.
But [since] its move rightwards and embrace of the markets, Labour doesn't speak for me.
Yet, even here, Tory dogma is about moving the debate rightwards and picking off vulnerable groups while leaving pensioner benefits untouched.
3, all lignans shifted the fluorescence intensity of rhodamine 123 rightwards in a concentration-dependent manner compared to the control suggesting that lignans increased the retention of rhodamine 123 in the cells.
The curves of LMFb are again flipped rightwards, and its membership is given by [O.
Our study provides empirical support for the idea that a rightwards move of parliament's ideology had a positive impact on economic growth throughout the period 1871-2004.
Every Conservative MP who defects to UKIP drags the Tories Rightwards.
The vandalism spree comes amid criticism of a rightwards shift in Japanese politics under nationalist Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, with a recent volley of provocative comments about Japan's wartime past that have sparked accusations of revisionism by China and South Korea.
v] is the time needed for activating the steering system gear [sec]; y is the distance, over which the motor vehicle has to move leftwards or rightwards on the roadway in order to avoid the accident [m]; g is the gravitational acceleration [m/[sec.
ABE MUST RESIST RIGHTWARDS DRIFT (South China Morning Post, Hong Kong)