How to use Protesters in a sentence

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  • Protesters, including a pantomime cow, handed out warning leaflets to shoppers.

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  • The protesters chained themselves to a French navy frigate.

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  • Protesters hung a banner at a Morrisons store in Bradford branding it the " UK's worst seafood retailer " .

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  • Another 60 protesters were illegally detained in a pen outside the main gates to the base.

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  • Once again, Police overreaction prevented free movement for protest by continuously penning people in and violently arresting protesters.

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  • Police used tear gas to disperse the protesters, some of whom were wearing gas masks.

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  • Protesters who escaped say government troops fired into the crowd, killing hundreds of people.

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  • Protest group's asylum anger Jun 23 2006 Protesters marched through a town to highlight the plight of asylum seekers.

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  • A small posse of Police then headed into the crops, trampling down more crops than the protesters.

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  • On hearing this, protesters staged a spontaneous mass sit-down.

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  • Don't be fooled by the title ' McDonald's goes ' vegan ' - they are just throwing a sop at protesters.

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  • Protesters also dedicated a new synagogue in southern Gaza, in a move apparently aimed at showing their resolve to defeat the pullout plan.

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  • The Raised Voices choir sang protest songs and encouraged the other protesters to join in.

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  • Do n't be fooled by the title ' McDonald 's goes ' vegan ' - they are just throwing a sop at protesters.

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  • There was a tense standoff with the police, the protesters accusing them of protecting the " warmongers ".

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  • He said shots were being fired over the protesters ' heads from an Israeli watchtower nearby.

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  • More water cannons are arriving to protect them but the protesters have no intention of leaving their position in front of the Center.

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  • Julia began to fulminate against the protesters to her family when she saw the upsetting news on the television.

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  • Some protesters of clay litters even theorize that bentonite can coat the intestines, preventing the absorption of nutrients and causing an overgrowth of unhealthy bacteria.

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  • James Rhodes, in a speech nearby, called the student protesters, "the worst type of people we harbor in America, worse than the brown shirts and the communist element..."

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  • Haggard disapproved of the Vietnam War protesters he encountered because, as he said, he "knew what losing freedom really meant."

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  • Protesters in Egypt harnessed the innocuous Facebook Event tool to stage mass rallies that galvanized the nation in the people's fight for democracy.

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  • According to an article in Newsweek, protesters used this popular feature to post Events and invite fellow citizens to join mass demonstrations.

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  • The protesters capitalized on the fact that Fridays were a normal day for Egyptians to gather, and they organized the protests as Facebook Events held on Fridays.

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  • By this time, however, the protesters were using every means possible, including word of mouth, phone calls and flyers to spread the news of the protests.

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  • Even the representatives of the Resolutioners urged Charles not to use the Anglican service, though they confided to Sharp, their agent in London, their opinion that, if the Re- monstrants (or Protesters) had any hand in affairs, " it cannot but breed continual distemper and disorders."

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  • He was educated at St Andrews, and afterwards attached himself to the Protesters.

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  • They either remain out of sight, actively support the violent protesters, or participate in civilian clothes.

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  • Three days after the protest had been read, many of the protesting cities and states concluded "a secret and particular treaty," and Philip of Hesse, the ablest statesman among the Protesters, saw the need for a general union of all evangelical Christians in the empire.

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  • The Protesters, who were in favour with the common people, are chargeable with having brought into Scottish church life the observance of fastdays, and of the long and excited Communion services which were kept up for two and a half centuries and may still be witnessed in the Highlands.

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  • The Resolutioners, or supporters of the resolution to rescind that act, were opposed by the Protesters, the rigid adherents to the strictest interpretation of the Covenant.

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