ginger group


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ginger group

n. Chiefly British
A highly active or galvanizing group within a larger organization or body.
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ginger group

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly Brit a group within a party, association, etc, that enlivens or radicalizes its parent body
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gin′ger group`



n.
Brit. and Canadian. the most active group within a political party or other organization.
[1925-30]
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Translations

ginger group

n (Brit) (within organization) → gruppo di pressione
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As well as her eponymous highfashion label, in 1963 she launched a cheaper diffusion line, called Ginger Group.
As well as her eponymous high-fashion label, in 1963 she launched a cheaper diffusion line, called Ginger Group.
Mr Rees-Mogg told the Mirror: "I feel sorry for Mr Lammy, comparing a Parliamentary ginger group with an organisation and creed that killed six million Jewish people makes him look foolish and his comments unbalanced.
In the 1960s, Quant launched Ginger Group, an affordable clothing range containing apron dresses both long and short, in shades of plum, grey and amber, which also appear in the exhibition alongside ultra-short dresses featuring bright colours and geometric designs.
The "acid words and graceful moves" were highlighted by Ginger Group Magazine in its review of a performance going by the name Zic Zac.
But it's neither the ginger group to the right of the Republican Party, nor the genteel afternoon experience where you're served a dainty cuppa with a cucumber sandwich and a slice of lemon cake.
The percentage improvement in pain score from baseline in the diclofenac group was 60.31% and 59.11% in the ginger group. (9)
In total, 77 women completed the study (28 in the ginger group, 26 in the Vitamin B6 group and 23 in the placebo group).
This was another outfit formed to derail Mboya, and many historians think that both Odinga and Okello were the politicos behind the Ginger group.
The results showed that one repetition maximum lift was decreased in both groups 24 hours after the exercise protocol, but this was significantly improved in the ginger group at 48 hours.
The informal gathering discussed the benefits of a 1922 style group, or a "ginger group" for back benchers and elected Coun David Hayes (Loughborough Shelthorpe) as its chair.