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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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That is, after all, what happened in 1981, when two North East Labour MPs, Mike Thomas and Ian Wrigglesworth, helped masterminded the launch of the breakaway Social Democratic Party in response to Labour's leftward drift.
The intellectual, political, and social shift leftwards he identified in the 2008 financial crisis was wishful thinking.
First, both Labour and the Lib Dems are heading leftwards post-election.
The distance required for the driver to shift the motor vehicle over a certain distance y across the roadway (either leftwards or rightwards) may be estimated by applying the equation suggested by Ilarionov (1989):
113) Many old soldiers were alienated by the Labor Party's leftwards momentum during and after the war.
But Munster had been stretched and when Stephen Jones and Matthew Rees moved the ball leftwards, there was enough space created for wing Sean Lamont to finish off a thrilling try, which Rhys Priestland converted.
Casino revisits comparable ideological preoccupations on what Scorsese dubs 'a much larger canvas', (20) and implies an analogously displaced reflection upon its historical moment that--an apparent cultural shift Leftwards and the election as president of Democrat Bill Clinton notwithstanding--had seen the American stock market recover from its 1987 crash to foster another speculative, materially baseless boom.
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In the Duma the Kadet "democrats" were able to pull the "constitutionalists" leftwards under the pressure of public opinion.
Both rivers are compared with mirrors, and Shelley's stream, "a gentle rivulet / Whose water like clean air in its calm sweep // 'Bent the soft grass and kept forever wet / The stems of the sweet flowers, and filled the grove / With sounds which all who heard must needs forget // 'All pleasure and all pain, all hate and love, / Which they had known before that hour of rest" (314-20), closely resembles Dante's "stream which with its little waves bent leftwards the grass that sprang on its bank.
The actual data fill between the said lines, except as expected the sightings lapse both lower down and leftwards to the Danjon boundary.
Springing from a Tory working-class background, Marshall-Andrews moved steadily leftwards in his beliefs and was early convinced that 'New Labour' had 'a total lack of principle'.