emeute

emeute

(ɪˈmjuːt; French emøt)
n
an uprising or rebellion
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"He is named Planchet, who himself also caused a rising about six weeks ago; but as he was searched for after this emeute he disappeared."
Dans un contexte politique autoritaire, l'emeute etait par consequent l'un des moyens d'expression collective, violent et destructeur entre les mains des jeunes en milieu urbain.
Rapidement, la situation degenere en emeute, des incendies sont allumes et, dans la melee, des flammes surgissent de l'immeuble abritant l'Amorce.
While no reputable author wished to "faire du Paul de Kock," the same name also connoted market success, for, as his biographer Eugene de Mirecourt wrote, "le jour ou l'on mettait en vente un roman de Paul de Kock, il y avait une veritable emeute en librairie." (33) The author thus occupied the dual positions of commercial success and critical failure that Valerie Stienon characterizes as a "succes initial de diffusion ...
En effet, il existe anterieurement a la presence de la gauche radicale dans le ghetto un repertoire local d'action protestataire : l'emeute. De plus, il faut souligner l'incapacite des soutiens exterieurs a s'approprier ce repertoire d'action longtemps considere comme illegitime, brievement manipule en 1968, pour etre definitivement abandonne la meme annee.
Macdonald states "the impulsive half-breeds have got spoilt by this emeute (rioting) and must be kept down by a strong hand until they are swamped by the influx of the settlers" and Riel responds.
Grant's Official Report," "The Reported Emeute in the Cabinet," all in New York Times, Apr.