march against (someone or something)

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march against (someone or something)

To join in a protest march in opposition to someone or something. Nearly 200,000 people have come to march against the legislation being pushed forward by the new administration. Protestors marching against the new prime minister were violently dispelled by police forces earlier this morning.
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march against someone or something

to march in a demonstration against someone or something. The demonstrators marched against the mayor. The citizens got together and marched against crime and injustice.
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``The red fire flashes through the thick smoke!'' he exclaimed; ``the demon marches against me under the banner of his own element Foul spirit, avoid!
It was a market-town--as tiny a one as England possesses--and had for ages served that lonely valley, and guarded our marches against the Kelt.
[USA], Jan 24 (ANI): US President Donald Trump has recognised Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the Interim President of the nation, amid massive marches against President Nicolas Maduro in the South American nation.
Bilin is one of the most active Palestinian villages in terms of organizing weekly Friday peaceful marches against the Israeli policies of land grab, settlement and wall construction as residents have often been met with tear gas, rubber-coated steel bullets and concussion bombs from Israeli forces.
Dozens of Palestinian citizens were injured on Friday by Israeli bullets and tear gas during a series of Israeli crackdowns on peaceful weekly marches against the apartheid wall and expansion of illegal settlements.
"Millions of people from over 400 cities worldwide participated in marches against the US chemical and agricultural company Monsanto demanding to ban the use of Genetically-Modified Organizms (GMO) in food production, The Voice of Russia reported.
There are plans for further marches against the cuts to take place in Cardiff and London.
And in October 1969, millions of Americans across the country took part in marches against the conflict.
Set during the height of the Iraq War as the army still marches against Hussein, Molly O'Dwyer is on the verge of discovery, but must face against rivals, the military, and a Muslim cleric all with their own agendas but in Molly's way nonetheless.
Billingham gran Christine McConnell took her three sons on the 1983 protest marches against the Nirex plans to dump nuclear waste in the caverns.
Later in the day human rights, Christian Lebanese and Jewish groups joined protest marches against the Damascus regime.
The Louisiana Marches Against Toxic Poisoning helped focus national attention on what is now known as "cancer alley."
The church compound has recently turned into a scene of ongoing Palestinian marches against its takeover, while Israeli forces continue to violently quell protestors and beat them up each time.
The intifada youth coalition in the West Bank had previously urged the Palestinian young men to actively participate in the Friday marches against settlement activities and resist any suppression by the IOF.