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  • This would be followed by many more smaller rallies particularly by women groups.
  • Instead he rallied the players around the belief that together they could do something special.
  • Due to its central location, the street became the traditional place for political rallies.
  • The next rally crew through the stage then mentioned they had seen some black smoke.
  • College Green has been used as an assembly point for major political rallies.
  • This rally features one of the most famous special stages in the world.
  • Fans around the world rallied in her support as she defeated cancer several times.
  • In the past several years religious and conservative groups have rallied against the festival.
  • The exact route of the rally often remained secret until race day.
  • In addition, many students are successful at the district and state literary rallies.
  • In the days leading up to the event, rallies and activities are held at both schools.
  • They rallied by winning three straight games to win the series.
  • Men from all over the country soon rallied around the duke.
  • The League rallied people who had deep love for peace and justice.
  • The local fan base rallied behind him in an effort to keep the team.
  • Despite its somewhat isolated location, the park has been the site of numerous political rallies.
  • Canada rallied in the third period to tie the game with seven minutes remaining.
  • He rallied his forces and intended to escape through a river ford.
  • During the rally, it began to rain, and the meeting was moved into a nearby market.
  • The Park had been a significant location for important anti-slave trade rallies.
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Meaning of rally

  • noun A large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm
  • noun The feat of mustering strength for a renewed effort
    he singled to start a rally in the 9th inning, he feared the rallying of their troops for a counterattack
  • noun A marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness
  • noun An automobile race run over public roads
  • noun (sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes
    after a short rally Connors won the point
  • verb Return to a former condition
    The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends, The stock market rallied