The Pashtun Long March differed from other major protests over the last few years on more than just the choice of location--it was an organic upswell
emanating from decades of frustration and expressed in the voices of multiple young activists rather than that of a single political party.
There has been an upswell
of support to formally record Sadie's accomplishment.
282) She also benefited from backing by Rod Swenson, with his high class distinction of a Yale MFA, (283) and enjoyed the kind of upswell
in attention that resulted in a deal with Capitol Records.
Mirroring this amplification is increased interest in the region: an upswell
of concern about the polar environment, as well as new enthusiasm for its resource opportunities.
2%) which is an upswell
in comparison to Gardner's (2010) findings, where 40% held a master's degree.
It was just an upswell
from the community," Latta said Saturday.
Washington, Safar 20, 1436, Dec 12, 2014, SPA -- An upswell
of protests against the killings of unarmed suspects by US police is to go nationwide Saturday with a major march in Washington, dpa reported.
Swarms of bots may be used to create the illusion of an upswell
of social activity or provide peer pressure to persuade unsuspecting groups of users online.
David Cameron failed completely to embrace the massive upswell
of Scottish emotion over the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn when the heroic King Robert the Bruce of Scotland riding his small palfrey, totally outmanoeuvred the incompetent English King Edward II and won Scotland back its independence.
in the first quarter of this year was in addition in keeping with a general upswell
of support and interest in PV in the U.
He said the Worcester is a post-industrial mid-sized city that is strategically poised to have an upswell
of mission-based, creative co-op enterprises to fill old factory buildings, empty lots and community needs.
The attacks on September 11, 2001, and the subsequent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq--as well as the upswell
of new student veterans--led many at America's colleges and universities to reassess their views of ROTC.