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Synonyms for guerrilla

freedom fighter


Synonyms for guerrilla

a member of an irregular armed force that fights a stronger force by sabotage and harassment

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Switzerland-based Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has announced that it has launched its AES Guerrilla 2012 strategy in Asia Pacific.
The time used for establishing a local county revolutionary committee after January 1967 in the guerrilla counties was much longer than that in the nonguerrilla counties.
A number of FARC guerrillas face extradition warrants, and the highest-ranking leader ever captured was sent to the U.
The AUC's major rival has long been the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a guerrilla group that doesn't let its leftist ideology get in the way of taxing coca farmers, kidnapping for ransom, or murdering civilians.
Other Noted Guerrillas of the Civil War in Missouri
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Two travelers walk by a statue of the late guerrilla icon Ernesto "Che" Guevara in La Higuera, Bolivia.
First the urban guerrilla must use revolutionary violence to identify with popular causes and so win a popular base," wrote Marighella.
Just imagine how eagerly Condoleezza Rice and Don Rumsfeld must have anticipated The History Channel's new documentary, "Nazi Guerrillas," which the cable blurb described as "revealing the post-World War II Nazi loyalists who used guerrilla tactics to halt reconstruction.
There are three wars, really: the guerrilla campaign inside Iraq, the diplomatic war between the United States and the international community over nation building and peace-keeping, and the partisan war in Washington, where Bush's critics are challenging almost everything about the course he charted here in Iraq.
Carter's twelve years as cardinal-archbishop of Toronto were marked, in the secular arena, by rapid political, social, demographic, and cultural changes, and, in the Church, by guerrilla warfare when the liberal-modernist faction that moved into powerful positions during the reign of his predecessor, Archbishop Philip Pocock, sought to highjack the controls.
No one could have predicted that the Guerrilla books would be as popular as the infamous "Dummies Guide" collection.