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The strength of the strikers in the British upheaval of 1911, however, has been grossly exaggerated on both sides.
SOCIALISM AS IT ISWILLIAM ENGLISH WALLING
The big Bristols swung into line-astern formation and bashed through the first upheaval of Flak-88 shells.
A YANKEE FLIER WITH THE R.A.F.RUTHERFORD G. MONTGOMERY
Fred and Flossy were perhaps in the wrong in causing such an upheaval in a very model household.
SKOOKUM CHUCK FABLESSKOOKUM CHUCK (PSEUD FOR R.D. CUMMING)
There certainly were evidences of an upheaval, however, in plain sight.
Mrs. Marmaduke Vane's many chains and necklets tinkled with the upheaval of her delighted laughter.
THE FOLLOWING OF THE STARFLORENCE L. BARCLAY
Both these changes involved the upheaval of the existing order.
This upheaval meant more than the mere quickening of the pace of the movement begun in preceding years and decades.
We owe a tremendous duty to the world in connection with this great world crisis and upheaval.
Sometimes the pressure on the superincumbent crust is so great as to cause an upheaval or disturbance of the valley.
What I mean, he came back from Germany following the war, 1919–20, when it was all upheaval.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY

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