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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 problem is now so profound that, even if we get our policy framework right, Labour will remain in political quicksand if we are simply seen as a more leftish version of the political establishment.
As he gets closer to the White House he has become more statesmanlike and measured, sounding less like a leftish protectionist and instinctive tax raiser and more like a potential president who knows he will have to restrain those pressures from within his party.
Many blogs that include more leftish points of view are group efforts that bring multiple perspectives, ranging from the traditional to the radical.
Forbes' depiction of Bush's hapless opponent, Michael Dukakis, as a victim of Atwater's tactics gives the doc a leftish slant.
The argument in my play is between a president who is self-interested, corrupt, suborned, and realistic, and his leftish, lesbian, utopian-socialist speechwriter.
MDC-T combines organised labour (traditionally a leftish constituency) with a lot of centre-right idealists wanting a hard currency, economic growth at all costs, and less government controls.
Yet when these stories go beyond leftish imitations of a previous generation's simplistic propaganda comics, the allegories tend to collapse under the weight of their own internal contradictions.
It has even yelped for friendly mongrels like NDP provincial governments, federal Liberals and leftish farm groups.
The acquis communautaire (80,000 pages of regulations from on high) and the full range of pan-EU institutions, including invasive leftish industrial policies and more than a touch of protectionism have been thought up in Brussels by elitist bureaucrats not much given to paying attention to the vox populi.
Although the 45-year-old is renowned for his leftish leanings and anti-Thatcherism, he says he doesn't set out to be deliberately political.
The Lib Dems now face a leadership battle that may well turn out to be a bitter and divisive one between the old-fashioned leftish stance of Sir Menzies Campbell and the rather harder edged right represented by the young Turks.