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leftwards

(ˈlɛftwədz) or

leftward

adv
towards or on the left
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Hard on the heels of one of the few stories with happy endings comes Cardinal Winning's highly- personalised attack on Labour Leader Tony Blair, not just about abortion, but about the whole moral justification of all of us who take our politics with a leftwards leaning.
Unfortunately, as he moved Leftwards, he increasingly clashed with the Labour leadership under Attlee.
David Cameron has tried to "modernise" his party while Mr Miliband has refused to lurch leftwards on issues such as public sector pay.
The IRT distributions under OT were only significantly different from placebo at the 24 IU and 12 IU dose for s13121 and s13146, respectively; the IRT distributions for both of these participants at the respective dose levels were both shifted leftwards.
Shadow chancellor John Mc-Donnell's speech at the Labour conference in Brighton yesterday drew a wary response from business organisations concerned about the apparent leftwards tack in Labour economic policy.
And as for the Liberal Democrats, while they may now be heading rapidly leftwards under new leader Tim Farron, it may a very long time before the voting public forgets their cohabitation with the Conservatives.
Politics and economics were moving leftwards in a backlash against financial capitalism and the (related) growth of inequality.
Corbyn, in many senses, has already "won" - by forcing the debate leftwards.
It allows the Roberts campaign to push him leftwards and toward the Democrats,'' said Lacy, director of University of Kansas' Dole Institute of Politics.
The case study is based on the particular traffic accident, when the truck-tractor with a semi-trailer hit the pedestrian, who was moving from the right side of the truck-tractor with a semi-trailer leftwards and appeared behind the minibus on the fast lane of the road.
What CHE is able to further impart is that while insulating the roof (upgrade D) reduces the occurrences of continuously overheated intervals (COI) of longer duration (higher CHE)--as shown by the lower yellow peaks compared to the red peaks, insulating the wall (upgrade A, green peaks) not only moderately reduces the number of occurrences but also shifts the peaks leftwards, indicating shorter COIs.