revolutionist


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one who holds extreme views or advocates extreme measures

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The draw will be a huge factor in races over seven furlongs and a mile, but I never worry too much about it in the races over further and, in a race that has often gone to the classiest horse at the top of the weights, I certainly wouldn't be put off by Revolutionist's draw in stall 13 in the opening Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap (2.00).
The well-known Kurdish actress, the White Cardina, is taking part in a historical film playing the role of the revolutionist's daughter.
Growl can make it a hattrick as he steps up to seven furlongs for the first time in the bet365 Bunbury Cup, while Revolutionist is the pick in the 57th John Smith's Cup at York following a fine third at Royal Ascot.
It is a bumper afternoon of Flat action with the final day of Newmarket's July meeting; the always popular 57th John Smith's Cup at York - where Mark Johnston's Revolutionist may shake up his rivals; as well as competitive fayre closer to home at Chester and also down at Ascot.
today The four-year-old landed his maiden in style at Windsor in May before bumping into the exciting Revolutionist in the Zetland at Redcar.
REVOLUTIONIST runs in the finale following a fine effort at York behind Nayel.
9 people, stating that they are the members of Revolutionist Party (Devrimci Parti), arrived to UN office, located in Birlik neighborhood, and held a protest here for resignment of the government.
Mixing fiction with documentary material, throughan influential vision, the film recited the confrontation of the revolutionist Yousef al-Azmeh and comrades, accompanied with about 3000 members of the Syrian Army, against theFrench occupation forces in July 1920.
Al-Araby expressed his delight that this cultural event coincides with the death anniversary of the renowned Constantine-born scholar Abdul Hameed Ibn Badees known as one of the leading Algerian revolutionist and Arab renaissance proponent.
Revolutionist members of the Syrian Free Army revealed chefs infiltrated the ISIS, serving them poisoned meal that immediately claimed the lives of 15 fighters.
"It could be judged from the fact that Dr Qadri has no mega business or trade anywhere in the world and everyone can easily understand which money is being spent on the so-called revolutionist (Dr Qadri), who never opted to leave his even a single luxury and had the art and intention to
Paradoxically, by choosing as his subject the revolutionist wife of uber-terrorist Carlos the Jackal, Israeli documentarian Nadav Schirman emerges with a flattened-out portrait of a docile, unemancipated spouse heedlessly following her man.
Rouhani's friendly overtures do not negate the fact that he faces the additional pressure of ensuring that he does not stray too far off from Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's revolutionist ideals.
Friday night at the Carthage Festival in Tunisia was supposed to be graced once again with a glittering performance by Morocco's sultriest singer Asma Al Manwar, but the superstar turned down the prestigious invite, not as a slap in the face but as an honor to all the lies lost by the country's violence after the assassination of Tunisian revolutionist Mohammad Al Barahimi.
"She told me that she pulled a revolutionist inside her home in 1948 and told him not to leave, but he left and then soldiers caught him," he said.