mass demonstration

mass demonstration
= massive demonstration массовая демонстрация

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  • demonstration — late 14c., proof that something is true, from O.Fr. demonstration or directly from L. demonstrationem (nom. demonstratio), noun of action from pp. stem of demonstrare to point out, indicate, demonstrate, figuratively, to prove, establish, from de …   Etymology dictionary

  • demonstration — [n1] display of proof affirmation, confirmation, description, evidence, exhibition, explanation, exposition, expression, illustration, induction, manifestation, presentation, proof, show, spectacle, substantiation, test, testimony, trial,… …   New thesaurus

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