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  • Movement (New Order album) — Movement Studio album by New Order Released 13 November 1981 …   Wikipedia

  • Movement for the Liberation of the Congo — Mouvement pour la Liberation du Congo Leader Jean Pierre Bemba The 2006 Presidential election candidate Jean Pierre Bemba Founded April 5, 2003 (2003 …   Wikipedia

  • Movement for the Liberation of São Tomé and Príncipe/Social Democratic Party — Leader Aurelio Martins Founded 196 …   Wikipedia

  • Movement for European Reform — Bewegung für europäische Reform Mouvement pour la réforme européenne Movimento per la riforma europea Movimiento para la reforma europea President None appointed Founded …   Wikipedia

  • Movement for Changes — Pokret za promjene Покрет за промјене Leader Nebojša Medojević Founded 2002 …   Wikipedia

  • Movement Against Illegal Immigration — Движение против нелегальной иммиграции Leader Vladimir Ermolaev Founded …   Wikipedia

  • Movement of Popular Participation — Movimiento de Paricipación Popular Leader Lucía Topolansky Founded 1989 Headquarters Montevideo, Uruguay …   Wikipedia

  • Movement Strategies — Type Private Industry Design, Engineering and Business consultation Founded 2005 by Simon Ancliffe Headquarters London, United Kingdom Key people Simon Ancliffe (Founder and Manag …   Wikipedia

  • Movement for Defense of Human and Civic Rights — (Polish: Ruch Obrony Praw Człowieka i Obywatela, ROPCiO) was a right wing political and social organization formed in People s Republic of Poland in March of 1977. It tried to resist the regime by denouncing it for violating Polish and… …   Wikipedia

  • Movement for the Social Evolution of Black Africa — Mouvement pour l évolution sociale de l Afrique noire Founded 28 September 1949 Dissolved 24 November 1979 Headquarters Bangui, Central African Republic …   Wikipedia

  • after — prep, adj, adv After, behind are synonymous adverbs, prepositions, and adjectives when they mean following upon, especially in place or in time. They are rarely interchangeable, however, without a loss of precision. With reference to place after… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms