antirevolutionary

antirevolutionary

(ˌæntɪˌrɛvəˈluːʃnərɪ) politics
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to revolution, esp opposed to a particular revolution and the people who are carrying it out
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person with antirevolutionary views
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It did not take long for a hardline Majlis deputy to condemn any handshake as an antirevolutionary act.
The contemporary issues that helped shape each of these movements are reflected in their particular (and instructively selective) readings in Burke's ambiguous legacy, from the awkward negotiation of his antirevolutionary reputation, through his more immediately serviceable political writings on party, social order, and critiques of empire, to the resurgence of the anti-Jacobin in the Cold War years.
An Opposition conglomerate comprising antirevolutionary elements from the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) to monarchist groups and affiliates of the defeated presidential candidates in the June 2009 elections (i.
Kuyper (1837-1920) was a university professor, a newspaper editor, and the chairman of the Antirevolutionary Party.
As instigators of the event the market women were catapulted onto the national stage as the unlikely leaders of an antirevolutionary movement that represented those anxious to preserve the economic monopoly of the elite landowners, a strong patriarchal society, and the strength of conservative political parties.
This act is anti-ANC and antirevolutionary," the Telegraph quoted African National Congress secretary-general Gwede Mantashe as saying in a statement.
The comparison in chapter seven maps the influence of historical genres on antirevolutionary novels by women.
With the collapse of the cold war, the United States stopped financing antirevolutionary armies in Central America.
Rounding out the volume are essays by four leading scholars who explore distinct but occasionally overlapping areas: Winton Dean in "Beethoven and Opera" (first published in 1971) examines earlier operas based on Jean-Nicolas Bouilly's Leonore libretto (1798-1805) and compares and assesses Beethoven's three Fidelios; David Charlton makes a case for the antirevolutionary sentiments of Bouilly and demonstrates ways that nearly a century of French opera, especially the genre of "prison" operas, may have influenced Beethoven; Michael C.
Lewis is here held to translate, in the guise of Ambrosio's cavortings, 'Burke's antimedical prejudice into a fictional account of antirevolutionary politics' (p.
A fervent antirevolutionary, Andreyev moved to Finland after the Bolsheviks came to power; his last work, S.
On Monday night, the authorities turned the social media on the protest movement, sending out text messages saying: "Dear citizen, if you access antirevolutionary networks [on the Internet] or attend any illegal gathering, you will be prosecuted according to Articles 489, 500 and 508 of the Islamic penal code.