semipolitical


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political in some (but not all) aspects

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If you were at ALA this past summer, you probably heard the semipolitical speech given by keynote speaker Richard Clarke.
In ``American Iliad,'' the gas-filled world premiere at Burbank's Victory Theater, Nixon might be fighting a private war, but it's the audience who will emerge battle-scarred after sitting through this talky, overblown bit of semipolitical rhetoric.
If nothing else, Democrats of all stripes could hope that the networks developed by religious insurgents might become useful counterweights to the kind of semipolitical Republican social clubs that they believed many churches had become during the war.
The Mounted Police have been described as a semimilitary organization, but they are more accurately described as being semipolitical (Morrison, 1985:3-4).
While in several countries the essay became the chosen vehicle of literary and social criticism, in other countries the genre became semipolitical, earnestly nationalistic, and often polemical, playful, or bitter.