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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The fact that President Trump has a different view has been a rallying cry for the pro-environmentalists groups.
As the lawsuits piled up, the right to defend the integrity of these institutions became a cultural rallying cry and a symbol of the struggle against an overbearing government.
Trump, in his rallying pitches for the far-reaching tax overhaul that is his main legislative priority, sounds the theme constantly.
As Kevin Levin wrote here several years ago, the Forrest statue in Memphis was a rallying point for anti-desegregation protesters in 1958.
President Trump’s election last year became a major rallying point for white nationalists, who watched as the Republican repeatedly amplified some of their views in campaign rallies and tweets.
What bothers him, though, is that Homeland Security now uses the brushland on the other side of the gate as a rallying point for patrols.
And conservative media quickly jumped on the idea that mainstream reporters had willfully misinterpreted the tweet -- thereby offering a fresh rallying point for the President's political base.
Each episode is a feminist rallying cry to resist Trump.
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