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1 Political dissidents complained of being harassed by the police.
2 Political dissidents are sentenced to long terms of imprisonment.
3 A rebel army of political dissidents had staged a rebellion in December 1989.
4 It almost makes you want to become a political dissident .
5 Li is not a political dissident, making it acceptable for the Chinese media to report on the issue. but it may also signal that forces are opposing Mr.
6 Cuban doctors treating a political dissident who's on hunger strike say he is in danger of dying despite their efforts to keep him alive.
7 It is entirely possible for a political dissident in one country to have his website hosted in a different part of the world — far from the reach of the authorities against whom he writes and speaks.
8 In the reconstruction process of social order at the beginning stage of Qing Dynasty,[www.Sentencedict.com] the descendants of the Ming Dynasty are political dissident force of consequence.
9 Earlier in the day, U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with the son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and urged the release of a jailed political dissident.
10 These, along with outspoken views on the Communist Party and the need for democracy in China, have made him a "sensitive person" — a euphemism for a political dissident.
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