nonviolently : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  without violence
    the government was overthrown nonviolently, but the dictator was killed

  • By breaking the law nonviolently he demonstrated the injustice of the law.
  • The fossil is so perfectly preserved because Ida probably died quickly and nonviolently; her resting place was an abandoned quarry called the Messel Pit, near Frankfurt.
  • He admits to having been in contact with highlanders but says the organizers informed him that they planned to demonstrate nonviolently and rejected his counsel to wait till the .
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  • LETTER: President should tackle violence
    This would be a good time for the president to jump on Air Force One and make a trip to Sanford, Fla., and encourage the disappointed populace to protest nonviolently their displeasure with the trial’s outcome.
    July 17, 2013 - Evansville Courier & Press

  • John Conyers in Detroit Free Press
    He gave us the idea that we could fight nonviolently for justice : that whether we like it or not, all people on Earth are connected,Conyers said.
  • Roy Bourgeois in
    Our intentions are peaceful and our commitment unwavering as we nonviolently call attention to a school that has trained some of the worst human rights abusers in this hemisphere,says Father Bourgeois in the ACLU press release.
  • David Cross in Dallas Morning News
    He was a last-second replacement, and I thought that he probably didn't know who I was,Cross said. "He came up and pulled me toward him, nonviolently, and said, 'Thanks for the words.' That was it."

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