|VERB || to advocate | advocated | advocated|
advocating | advocates
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- A widely experienced director and playwright in Germany and Austria, forcefully advocating avant garde forms and sensibilities such as the epic theatre of Brecht, the Theatre of the Absurd, advocating and advancing the work of such figures as Erwin Piscator.
- The party was divided over the issue of religious education, with Bronsveld advocating Protestant-inspired public education and de Visser advocating separate Protestant schools.
- There was therefore a genuine contest in the Zimbabwean white community between the Conservative Alliance of Zimbabwe (the renamed Rhodesian Front), advocating strong defence of white interests, and the Independent Zimbabwe Group, advocating conciliation and partnership with ZANU (PF).
- Although the militant factions of the Independence movement were advocating a complete break from British rule for almost a century, the first call for a non-violent movement led by Mahatma Gandhi was articulated in the aftermath of the failed Cripps' mission in April, 1942.
- In early 2002, MTPC members began advocating for non-discrimination ordinances on the basis of gender identity and gender expression in Boston.
- The bags contained chocolates, a signed letter to the Board advocating for early treatment of COVID-19, and pamphlets advocating for off-label use of ivermectin.
- In 2015 it was reported that a power struggle had developed within AFIC with competing demands by those advocating conservatism and those advocating liberalism.
- Thus in Paulo's view, those advocating large-scale, state-driven and partially mandatory moral enhancement are advocating a non-democratic order.
- Afghanistan law prohibited a political party, interest group or social club from advocating anything that is in opposition to Islamic morality.
- Organisations that focus on advocating theoretical work.
- She became involved in activism advocating LGBT rights.
- Catalans eugenics supporters were advocating their own form of Hispanic eugenics by 1934, with its leading advocates including Hermenegildo Puig i Sais, Josep A.
- Reverend Peter Koon Ho-ming, the Anglican Church's provincial secretary general in Hong Kong, said the controversial topic of advocating Hong Kong's Independence from China should not be discussed in schools without telling students about the bloodshed it would likely unleash.
- The Labour Party produced its first draft policy statement on the profession in 1926, advocating a 48-hour week, the separation of training schools from hospitals and advocating that the profession should be organised on Trade Union lines.
- They were also embroiled in debates over what to learn from their experiences, with one faction led by Peter Arshinov advocating for platformism, and the other led by Volin advocating for synthesis anarchism.
- The Texas Fair Trade Coalition also works on local issues including advocating for "sweat-free" city ordinances.
- According to Classical rabbinical literature, Judah was born on 15 Sivan (early June); classical sources differ on the date of death, with the Book of Jubilees advocating a death at age 119, 18 years before Levi, but the midrashic Book of Jasher advocating a death at the age of 129.
- The role also involves the encouragement of collaboration at local, national and internal levels; advocating for scientific investment from industry and the federal government; advocating for policies and initiatives throughout government and the community; and acting as a public ambassador.
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