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subversives

noun cell, enemy combatant, enemy group, extremist group, rebel organization, saboteurs, unnerground extremists
Associated concepts: justice courts, military tribunals, prison cells, sleeper cell, terrorism, terrorist cell
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The Subversive Psyche can be profitably read by an audience unfamiliar with the Spanish language and with no special knowledge of recent Argentine and Uruguayan history.
He commended the judiciary's crucial role, citing the Public Prosecutor's inquiry into the leaked phone call, which exposed the subversive role of former Qatari prime minister and conspiracies with Shaikh Ali Salman, the leader of the now-dissolved Al Wefaq National Islamic Society.
BEIRUT: President Michel Sleiman Tuesday praised the Army's breakup of a subversive cell within its ranks that had plotted to attack military bases.
In Rebels Wit Attitude, Iain Ellis intelligently argues that each of these artists and many others like them have several important similarities: they are all subversive in either their lyrics, stage image, or packaging (sometimes all three at once); their music is geared toward young listeners; they all revel in a primal, often harsh, but always trailblazing rock sound; and they all exhibit diverse humorous elements in their music.
The weekend brings together the very best of Britain's radical and subversive songwriters, "says Alun.
Between 1871 and 1879, Afghani and Abduh used Cairo's ancient Al-Azhar mosque as a recruiting center for their subversive network, gathering acolytes from Egypt and the surrounding nations (including a group of pseudo-Christian mystics from Syria).
Vale: The Illuminati And Its Plans For The Future is very highly recommended to all patriotic and subversive Americans searching for a complete understanding of the worldly active power which restricts the truth and well-being of so many.
And while boy still usually gets girl in the end, Forrest's selections from nearly 20 women pulp authors--several of them recently returned to print--supports her theory of the subversive power of this genre.
He offers up three types of individualism: acquisitive, entrepreneurial, and subversive.
Supreme Court Chief Justice) Earl Warren when he argued that the absence of subversive activity by Japanese Americans proved that such activity was just around the corner.
Can you imagine the havoc a subversive idea like handing out savings bonds to kids trying to help their neighborhoods would cause if it spread throughout the city?
The subversive character of divine obedience was framed in dramatic terms, especially so with most of the Continental radicals who also refused on biblical grounds to wield the sword in defense of the state.