expression of discontent

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Yes, the face was pretty enough, he decided; but it wore an expression of discontent coupled to a shade of defiance or audacity.
In an expression of discontent, 157 MP's have written a letter to President Rouhani, asking him to nominate a female minister to his cabinet.
To the surprise of financial markets and bettors, the "Leave" camp in Britain won the June 23 vote, which was interpreted as an expression of discontent with the elites.
Booing at half-time or full-time is often the only public expression of discontent for many fans.
The death of Ahmet Atakan on Sunday under disputed circumstances has renewed a protest movement that had cooled after thousands took to the streets in June in an expression of discontent against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government.
I really want to make sure that the point of any MEP vote is not an expression of discontent for the Government but a positive vote for what a candidate is pledging to bring.
They quickly turned into widespread expression of discontent with what critics have said is Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian way of governing.
Never before in his 10-year tenure has Erdoy-an faced such an open or broad expression of discontent.
Never before in his 10-year tenure has Erdogan faced such an open or broad expression of discontent.
The protests began as an environmental sit-in to prevent a development project at Gezi Park, but have quickly spread to dozens of cities and spiralled into a broader expression of discontent about what many say is Mr Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian decision-making.
The protests began as an environmental sit-in to prevent a development project at Gezi Park, but have quickly spread to dozens of cities and spiraled into a broader expression of discontent about what many say is Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian decision-making.
In her view, this is a simple expression of discontent through various forms.