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left

(Direction), adjective left hand, left-hand side, left side, leftward, near, on the other side, over there, port, portside

left

(Liberal), adjective communalistic, communistic, leftist leanings, liberal, progressive, radical, socialistic

left

(Remaining), adjective balance, continuing, extra, leftover, over, spare, staying, surplus, surplusage
Associated concepts: no child left behind, remainder
See also: abandoned, derelict
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The current government, in power since 1999, is "an unlikely-looking alliance of a leftish prime minister, Bulent Ecevit, the conservative Mr.
Other important questions also arose such as what to do about the leftish Finnish-Canadians.
These have included embracing the British Labour Party's politics (neo-Labourism), a "Reaganite" free-market evangelism, and a leftish Republicanism (socialism perhaps, in American terms), as well as a pro- and anti-Europeanism and a series of other enthusiasms adopted then cast off.
Still something of an antiwar liberal and supporter of leftish causes in the 1920s, Ryskind combined political conviction and devastating satire in Strike Up the Band (1930) and Of Thee I Sing (1931), for which, in 1932, he shared the Pulitzer Prize.
over the Enola Gay exhibit - a comparison which would interestingly highlight the conservative construction of American nationalism and the leftish construction of Irish nationalism.
Given the Nichols-May career as leftish intellectual wits, and with Rob Reiner playing a Jewish radio phone-in host ("Schmooze with Jews"), the film could pass for a liberal rebuttal to the anti-Clinton campaign of Ken Starr and Jerry Falwell.
Some think it's too leftish and lives in the 1960s.
The department was then divided between the disciples of Vernon Parrington, most of them leftish, committed social democrats (or even communists) and the New Critics, under the sway of the formalist methods developed by T.
Oddly enough, in the end Gore offered as a guiding vision a leftish big-picture version of family values.
In the 1960's and 1970's, the more leftish interpretations held court and it carried over into the 1980's.
A Living Wage is not the child of some Leftish politics of envy, but is in itself a profound respect for the value of human life.
Her admirers in the region will point to the revelation of her involvement in the deal to bring Nissan to Sunderland as evidence that, contrary to leftish received wisdom, she really did care about the unemployed - and the North - after all.