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[mass noun] The political principles of the Baath Party:‘the overall tone of Baathism remained secular’
- ‘The coalition has destroyed Baathism.’
- ‘He never gave up campaigning against Baathism.’
- ‘In both countries, the overall tone of Baathism remained secular.’
- ‘Interspersed in and among the scholarly and popular books were state-produced tracts on Baathism.’
- ‘Relations were severed over the ideological differences between different strains of Baathism practiced in the two countries.’
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