Examples of rallying in a Sentence
the rallying of students to support our petition for better bus service was made a lot easier by this morning's subzero temperatures
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In the wake of the Iraq War and the Great Recession, with both the economy and the cause of democracy promotion in tatters, only the technology industry seemed ready with a trustworthy civic rallying cry.
For years, the possible induction of Dottie West into the Country Music Hall of Fame has been a rallying cry for fans and fellow artists alike.
His funding of campaigns elsewhere has provided a rallying cry for conservatives.
Protectionist tariffs, which most economists warn will hurt more American workers than they help, were a Democratic rallying cry before the era of Bill Clinton.
In the wake of President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration Friday, many critics quickly took up a familiar rallying cry, lifting words from the Statue of Liberty that have for decades represented American immigration.
David Langhorst, director of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, said the list is a rallying point for action.
Derrick Favors combined for the final 17 points for the rallying Jazz, who collected their 10th consecutive win.
This isn't exactly a feminist rallying cry around the implications of a medieval #MeToo movement, however.
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