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Synonyms for aim

try for

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point

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aiming

aim something at something or someone

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  • intend for
  • address to
  • mean for
  • direct at
  • target at
  • pitch at

Synonyms for aim

to move (a weapon or blow, for example) in the direction of someone or something

to strive toward a goal

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to have in mind as a goal or purpose

the thread or current of thought uniting or occurring in all the elements of a text or discourse

Synonyms for aim

an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions

the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)

the action of directing something at an object

the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies

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point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards

propose or intend

move into a desired direction of discourse

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specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public

intend (something) to move towards a certain goal

direct (a remark) toward an intended goal

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have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal

References in periodicals archive ?
(12.) American Indian Movement Newsletter, February 1971 (Milwaukee Public Museum files).
"Discovering and defining our revolution--finding and claiming the space that's right for our vision of change and actually changing--may be as great a challenge as faced by the Young Lords, Cesar Chavez, Martin Luther King, or the leaders of the American Indian Movement those long decades ago.
During the early 1970s, the American Indian Movement had "an incredible ride across this country, the likes of which no one has ever taken, before or since," Russell Means has noted.
He became an activist in the American Indian Movement (AIM), traveling the world championing social justice for his people, and toured in the 1990's with sting to raise money to preserve rain forests.
The novel travels through rivalry between the Indian students at a Board of Indian Affairs-run boarding school and the public high school, university activism, powwows, "49s" and fancy dance competitions, the American Indian Movement, and programmatic FBI suppression of the movement.
In July of that year, with Banai, George Mitchell and another ex-convict named Dennis Banks, Bellecourt founded the "Concerned Indian Americans," but the odioue acronym was quickly changed to AIM - the American Indian Movement.
This is why he hooked up with American Indian Movement activist Bill Means, a Lakota, originally from the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota and a veteran of the 1973 Wounded Knee occupation.
The book begins with a long list of topics Vizenor has covered, from representations of Indians in film to Dennis Banks's affiliation with the American Indian Movement in the 1970s, and also provides a handy chronology of Vizenor's career.
The American Indian Movement, United Native Americans, and other groups have tried direct action techniques in order to force media attention, but the quality of information generated is always very poor and, in any case, is filtered through the lenses of the monopoly.
Peltier was convicted of murder after the FBI engaged in a firefight with members of the American Indian Movement at the Pine Ridge reservation in 1975.
This belief in justice has led me to study many of the same histories Frazier reports on in his book, including the struggle for the Black Hills and the activities of the American Indian Movement (both of which I've written about).
From 1972 to 1979, Trudell served as national spokesperson and co-chairman for the American Indian Movement (AIM) during a time when Native activism, the demand for justice, clashed in violent confrontation with the United States government.
Civil-rights activists, members of the Black Panther Party, members of the American Indian Movement, people who opposed the Vietnam War, and those accused of having communist symphathies were the victims of illegal surveillance, blackmail, and sting operations throughout the 1960s and 1970s, during J.
(Related topics such as Black Panther, American Indian Movement, and Native American Church were included as specific references to a particular group.) African American Citizenship Mexican American American Indian Civil Rights Minorities Asian American Cubano Native American Black Equal Rights Pacific Islander Cherokee Hispanic Puerto Rican Chicano Indian Chinese American Japanese American Latino Second, we did a manifest content analysis (word count) of the textbooks.
The play is based on the real life story of a young Micmac woman who was murdered because of her involvement with the American Indian Movement from 1973 to 1976.
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