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A public demonstration organized in order to express opposition to the aims of another demonstration.‘an effort by right-wing elements to organize a counterdemonstration failed’
- ‘The G8 summit is always a focus of huge counter-demonstrations by angry workers and young people and this July will be no different.’
- ‘News reports indicate student activists had geared up for a series of counterdemonstrations.’
- ‘He went on, however, to contrast it to "promilitary" counterdemonstrations held around the country.’
- ‘Abramoff organized counterdemonstrations, where students sang "God Bless America."’
- ‘So far, these demonstrations and counterdemonstrations have been remarkable in their peacefulness and in the frankness of their political aims.’
- ‘They staged no counter-demonstrations that day in Miami.’
- ‘Smash is an organizer of counter-demonstrations.’
- ‘Just as they did during the Democratic National Convention, police officers carried out counter-demonstrations of their own.’
- ‘There were counterdemonstrations by feminists and human rights supporters, not only in Bangladesh but all over the world.’
- ‘The Washington Post in particular went out of the way to cover their counterdemonstrations without revealing the numbers involved in those demonstrations.’
- ‘I should point out that representatives of the other side, groups like the Second Amendment Sisters, are holding counterdemonstrations here.’
- ‘They were met with a host of counterdemonstrations and were forced to abandon their marches in a number of cities.’
- ‘Two counter-demonstrations are held—one, a 4,000-strong rally across town, and a second smaller one organized to directly confront the racists.’
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