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Synonyms for left-of-center

believing in or supporting tenets of the political left

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Lawmakers of the left-of-center parties, foreground right (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
The left-of-center forces are currently split between two candidates.
For those left-of-center constituencies that are organized--trade union, environmental, civil rights, reproductive rights, and consumer groups--a Presidential election is most of all about what is likely to happen in specific legislative and policy arenas over the next four years.
Japanese opposition parties may form a left-of-center coalition government in the near future based on Italy's "L'Ulivo (Olive Tree)" alliance, which came into power in 1996, a left-wing Italian newspaper said Tuesday.
Second, retirements from the court have to occur disproportionately from the conservative wing to create several opportunities for left-of-center presidents to move the median.
But while Waters' folksy wisdom matched literally every reaction to Kelo I heard from left-of-center acquaintances in L.
In print, left-of-center commentators are more plentiful, but not nearly so thick on the ground as conservatives.
The alliance, made up of 17 council candidates, was formed to represent the opinions of left-of-center candidates.
Mann, director of governmental studies at the Brookings Institution, a left-of-center think tank in Washington, D.
Taco Bell is a left-of-center brand that is known for the ideas that push the envelope," said Greg Creed, chief marketing officer, Taco Bell Corp.
Miller also cites some obscene hate e-mail he has received from Bush supporters and some short, crude attacks on left-of-center books posted under the guise of "reader reviews" (e.
But he does argue that "subconscious stereotypes" deeply ingrained in American culture--that blacks are lazy and thus more responsible than whites for their own disadvantage--were at work notwithstanding the journalists' left-of-center bent.
He will face no opposition from the City Council, since his left-of-center Party of the Democratic Revolution, or PRD, won 38 of the council's 66 seats.
7 million to left-of-center groups advocating bigger government, more regulation and higher taxes, vs.
The Sun, which switched allegiance to the left-of-center Labor Party after Major called the May 1 election last week, devoted seven pages to the story.