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leftwards

(ˈlɛftwədz) or

leftward

adv
towards or on the left
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Israel should be concerned about the fact that the Democratic Party has moved leftwards and is now adopting a lot of radical positions," he said.
The Project would considerably reduce the total waiting time at Casablanca Intersection, and ease the existing tailbacks generated by the overlap between traffic between vehicles heading towards Casablanca Intersection and vehicles coming from Terminal 1 heading leftwards to Casablanca St.
Her recent Programme For Government suggested Sturgeon is moving leftwards in a bid to counter Corbyn's socialist credentials and shore up the SNP's vote in urban Scotland.
These improvements will reduce the total waiting time at Casablanca Intersection from three minutes to one minute, and ease the existing tailbacks generated by the overlapping traffic of vehicles heading towards Casablanca Intersection and those coming from Terminal 1 heading leftwards to Casablanca Road.
This leftwards tilt on tax and spend is matched by a longrunning conservatism on national security and law and order.
7) Movement in linguistic structure is typically leftwards.
With the party lagging in the polls, critics say the move leftwards stirs memories of a manifesto from 1983, described at the time by one Labour lawmaker as "the longest suicide note in history" for helping the Conservatives to victory, and some question how the party can pay for their pledges.
pull him leftwards, however, and sometime around 1936 de Martino began
Often, as with Ruth Lister's chapter on social security, the contributions would happily stand alone as pithy, positive assessments of key principles to inform any attempts to move the 'centre-ground' leftwards during the May years.
Once the second election re-elects Corbyn, notwithstanding blatant ballotrigging against him, many of these prophets of doom will jump ship or hang around as disruptive stowaways on a vessel that is being blown leftwards by unprecedented levels of inequality, devastating cuts to public services, and plummeting living standards for the masses.
Once the second election re-elects Corbyn, notwithstanding blatant ballot-rigging against him, many of these prophets of doom will jump ship or hang around as disruptive stowaways on a vessel that is being blown leftwards by unprecedented levels of inequality, devastating cuts to public services, and plummeting living standards for the masses.