political battleground

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  • Many of the political battleground states are situated in "Middle America".
  • How restoration might be funded became a political battleground and seemed to stall without resolution.
  • The Soviet became an important political battleground since 1988.
  • Lakoff discusses each topic while arguing a general thesis that language itself constitutes a political battleground.
  • The Government School was funded by the Board of Trade, and intended, at least by them, for different purposes, though precisely what these were remained a political battleground for decades.
  • However, during the mid-1980s, the IAF received some national attention when it became a political battleground for President Ronald Reagan and Congressional Democrats.
  • Following the ethnic riots in 2010, tensions between the indigenous Kyrgyz and Uzbeks continue to be volatile in the south with the region being viewed as a political battleground.
  • Later, Max views a videotape in which O'Blivion informs him that the Videodrome "is a socio-political battleground in which a war is being fought for control of the minds of the people of North America".
  • From 1993 to 1996, the port city of Karachi had become a political battleground between prime minister Benazir Bhutto's Pakistan Peoples Party and the Mohajir Qaumi Movement.
  • In 1984, Yaroslavsky suffered a stinging setback when the Los Angeles City Council voted 8-7 to reject his proposed moratorium on high-rises along Wilshire Boulevard, a proposal that had turned the heavily-traveled thoroughfare into a "political battleground."