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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After 10-plus seasons, a stale rallying cry or recycled motivational tactic might cause players to reach for their Beats headphones to clog up their ears.
Hashtags make for poignant rallying points and focus the world’s attention on the needs of the moment.
The Atlantic Fired Up, Ready to Go: Stumping for gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam in Richmond, former President Obama stuck to his old rallying cry of hope and change.
Sanders' plan is seen as a rallying point for the Democrats, who have struggled to find common ground or even a unifying message in the wake of the 2016 elections.
His stance is now a heated rallying cry on both sides of the political aisle.
Just this past week: Four Trump nominees to serve as federal appeals court judges were confirmed by the Senate, the latest step in a Trump judicial makeover that is a major rallying cry for conservatives.
For black girls, there is no black collective rallying against these crimes.
Even Tyra Banks heard my rallying #SallyForSwiftSquad cry and offered to help.
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