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A document setting forth certain points or listing complaints, grievances, etc.
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  1. A document setting forth certain points or listing complaints, grievances, etc.
  2. An expression of protest, complaint, or reproof, especially a formal statement of grievances.
  3. A remonstration; disapproval; a formal, usually written, protest or objection.
One that is excepted, especially a case that does not conform to a rule or generalization.
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  1. One that is excepted, especially a case that does not conform to a rule or generalization.
  2. An objection or a criticism:
  3. A case to which a rule, general principle, etc. does not apply
A refusal to comply with a request.
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  1. A refusal to comply with a request.
  2. (Psychol.) An unconscious thought process whereby one allays anxiety by refusing to acknowledge certain unpleasant facts, feelings, etc.
  3. A statement in opposition to another; contradiction
A large public meeting to discuss public affairs, demonstrate public approval or disapproval, etc.
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  1. A large public meeting to discuss public affairs, demonstrate public approval or disapproval, etc.
An organized automobile run, esp. of sports cars on public roads, designed to test driving skills
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  1. An organized automobile run, esp. of sports cars on public roads, designed to test driving skills
  2. A gathering, especially one intended to inspire enthusiasm for a cause:
  3. A competition in which automobiles are driven over public roads and under normal traffic regulations but with specified rules as to speed, time, and route.
An illustration or explanation, as of a theory or product, by exemplification or practical application:
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  1. An illustration or explanation, as of a theory or product, by exemplification or practical application:
  2. The act or process of providing evidence for or showing the truth of something:
  3. An expression or manifestation, as of one's feelings:
A riot caused by racial hatred or dissension.
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  1. A riot caused by racial hatred or dissension.
  2. Violence and fighting in a community, brought on by racial conflicts and hatreds
A loud noise or outcry; a hubbub.
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  1. A loud noise or outcry; a hubbub.
  2. A vehement expression of discontent or protest:
  3. A vehement, continued expression of the general feeling or of public opinion; loud demand or complaint
Great emotional disturbance; agitation of mind, etc.
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  1. Great emotional disturbance; agitation of mind, etc.
  2. Noisy commotion, as of a crowd; uproar
  3. Confusion; agitation; disturbance
  1. Harassing labour; trouble; disturbance.
  2. A state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult:
  3. Tumult; commotion; uproar; confusion
A legal authorization, usually by a law passed in an emergency, to delay payment of money due, as by a bank or debtor nation
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  1. A legal authorization, usually by a law passed in an emergency, to delay payment of money due, as by a bank or debtor nation
  2. (Law) A lawful suspension of the payment of certain debts during a period of financial or civil distress.
  3. Any authorized delay or stopping of some specified activity
The act of occupying the seats or an area of a segregated establishment to protest racial discrimination.
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  1. The act of occupying the seats or an area of a segregated establishment to protest racial discrimination.
  2. A method of protesting the policy of a government, business, etc., in which demonstrators sit in, and refuse to leave, a public place, thus blocking traffic, disrupting operations, etc.
An extended session, as on a college or university campus, for lectures and discussions on an important, usually controversial issue.
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  1. An extended session, as on a college or university campus, for lectures and discussions on an important, usually controversial issue.
  2. An extended session of lectures or discussions on controversial topics as a form of protest.
  3. A special, extended meeting, as at a college or university, with lectures, discussion, and debate on a controversial issue, esp. such a meeting held to protest against some policy
A display of consensus or unanimity, often staged or forced, or a gathering of persons putting on such a display
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  1. A display of consensus or unanimity, often staged or forced, or a gathering of persons putting on such a display
  2. An outdoor gathering or demonstration that is a public display or expression of love, unity, etc., as of hippies in the 1960s
  3. A gathering to engender and promote love, as for the satisfaction of the participants or as a form of social activism.
To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer. To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer.
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  1. To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer. To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer.
  2. To voice opposition; object:
  3. To hesitate because of one's doubts or objections; have scruples; object
To dispute or quarrel:
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  1. To dispute or quarrel:
  2. (Intransitive) To not agree (harmonize).
  3. To differ in opinion; often, specif., to quarrel or dispute
To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection:
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  1. To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection:
  2. To put forward in or as a reason for opposition; offer as criticism:
  3. To bring forward as a reason, instance, etc.; adduce
To take exception to; call into question; dispute:
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  1. To take exception to; call into question; dispute:
  2. To summon to action, effort, or use; stimulate:
  3. An objection, exception, or other formal questioning of the capability or legal qualifications of a person, the existence of a right, or the legality of an action or thing. An objection, exception, or other formal questioning of the capability or legal qualifications of a person, the existence of a right, or the legality of an action or thing. An objection by a party or a lawyer to a potential juror or jury panel and his or her request that a judge disqualify the individual or the panel from hearing that party’s cause or trial. To call into question.
To voice opposition; object:
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  1. To voice opposition; object:
  2. To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer. To deny the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim, without admitting or denying the truth of the underlying facts, usually on a technical legal basis rather than the merits of the claim; to file a demurrer.
  3. To hesitate because of one's doubts or objections; have scruples; object
To leave out; exclude:
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  1. To leave out; exclude:
  2. (Now Rare) To object; take exception
  3. To object:
To reason earnestly with someone in an effort to dissuade or correct; remonstrate.
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  1. To reason earnestly with someone in an effort to dissuade or correct; remonstrate.
  2. To reason with a person earnestly, objecting to that person's actions or intentions; remonstrate (with)
  3. To say in protest; object:
To make a violent verbal attack; talk or write bitterly (against); rail
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  1. To make a violent verbal attack; talk or write bitterly (against); rail
  2. To give vent to angry disapproval; protest vehemently.
To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection:
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  1. To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection:
  2. To put forward in or as a reason for opposition; offer as criticism:
  3. To bring forward as a reason, instance, etc.; adduce
To say or plead in protest, objection, complaint, etc.
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  1. To say or plead in protest, objection, complaint, etc.
  2. (Obs.) To point out; show; demonstrate
  3. To present and urge reasons in opposition or complaint; protest; object; expostulate
To extend the leg away from the body; strike out with the foot or feet.
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  1. To extend the leg away from the body; strike out with the foot or feet.
  2. To drive or move (a ball, etc.) by striking with the foot
  3. (Informal) To object strongly; complain; grumble
To utter a harsh scream; screech.
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  1. To utter a harsh scream; screech.
  2. To utter a loud, harsh cry, as a parrot or chicken does
  3. (Informal) To complain or protest noisily or peevishly.
A demand for explanation or justification; a calling into question:
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  1. A demand for explanation or justification; a calling into question:
  2. A call to engage in a contest, fight, or competition:
  3. (Law) A formal objection or exception to a person who has been chosen as a prospective juror
An objection.
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  1. An objection.
  2. An act or instance of demurring
  3. An objection raised or exception taken
In litigation, a formal statement made by a party indicating to the court that he or she wishes to preserve an issue for appeal. In litigation, a formal statement made by a party indicating to the court that he or she wishes to preserve an issue for appeal.
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  1. In litigation, a formal statement made by a party indicating to the court that he or she wishes to preserve an issue for appeal. In litigation, a formal statement made by a party indicating to the court that he or she wishes to preserve an issue for appeal.
  2. A case to which a rule, general principle, etc. does not apply
  3. One that is excepted, especially a case that does not conform to a rule or generalization.
A statement opposing something that is about to occur in a courtroom, or has already occurred, as being improper, out of order, or against procedural rules. It is up to the judge to rule on the objection’s validity, or to overrule it. A timely objection that is entered into the trial record, along with appropriate argument on its validity, may form the basis for an appeal to a higher court. See also challenge and motion in limine. A statement opposing something that is about to occur in a courtroom, or has already occurred, as being improper, out of order, or against procedural rules. It is up to the judge to rule on the objection’s validity, or to overrule it. A timely objection that is entered into the trial record, along with appropriate argument on its validity, may form the basis for an appeal to a higher court. See also challenge and motion in limine.
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  1. A statement opposing something that is about to occur in a courtroom, or has already occurred, as being improper, out of order, or against procedural rules. It is up to the judge to rule on the objection’s validity, or to overrule it. A timely objection that is entered into the trial record, along with appropriate argument on its validity, may form the basis for an appeal to a higher court. See also challenge and motion in limine. A statement opposing something that is about to occur in a courtroom, or has already occurred, as being improper, out of order, or against procedural rules. It is up to the judge to rule on the objection’s validity, or to overrule it. A timely objection that is entered into the trial record, along with appropriate argument on its validity, may form the basis for an appeal to a higher court. See also challenge and motion in limine.
  2. A statement expressing opposition, or a reason or cause for expressing opposition (generally followed by the adposition to).
  3. (--- Law) The formal registration of protest against the admission of a piece of evidence at trial, on the grounds of some legal defect.
The act of protesting
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  1. The act of protesting
  2. A protest; objection
  3. A strong or formal expression of dissent.
A document setting forth certain points or listing complaints, grievances, etc.
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  1. A document setting forth certain points or listing complaints, grievances, etc.
  2. An expression of protest, complaint, or reproof, especially a formal statement of grievances.
  3. A remonstration; disapproval; a formal, usually written, protest or objection.
The black-crowned night heron
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  1. The black-crowned night heron
  2. A noisy complaint.
  3. (Informal) A loud, raucous complaint or protest
Any of various moves in dance in which the leg is extended from the body.
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  1. Any of various moves in dance in which the leg is extended from the body.
  2. (Slang) A sudden, striking surprise; a twist.
  3. One's turn at kicking
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