объединение; собрание; массовый митинг; съезд ; слет ; сбор ; восстановление сил; восстановление; авторалли; ралли; быстрый обмен ударами; оживление;
собираться; приходить на помощь; сплачиваться; сплотиться; воссоединяться; собирать; сплачивать; воссоединять; овладевать собой; оправляться; возобновлять борьбу после поражения; оживляться; крепнуть; шутить; подшучивать; подсмеиваться; иронизировать
- Thus the rally at Ardboe High Cross was also feted by a selection of prose and poetry by local writers which focused attention on the area's rich history and culture.
- Jonathan Aitken has been taken off the back benches and made minister of state for defence, in the hope that he can continue to rally the Euro-sceptics as he did over Maastricht.
- However, new time buying inspired another rally which petered out towards the close as Wall Street performed poorly with junk bonds under pressure.
- The size and sincerity of the rally, for Iraq and against Morocco's traditional allies, seemed to rattle the king.
- Immigration, however, may prove to be a banner around which only the rightwing can rally.
- Driskell, the winner of the 1934 Monte Carlo Rally.
- CARLOS SAINZ put the seal on his late, late world title surge with a comprehensive victory in the Lombard RAC Rally yesterday.
- But shares staged a spirited rally an hour before the close and the FT-SE roared to a new all-time peak of 2792.0 a whisker below the magical 2800 level.
- Following disturbances in Southall, London, in April 1979, when Asian youths assembled to protest against a National Front political rally during the general election, and when a New Zealand demonstrator was killed, some alleged by a blow from a police officer, the Home Secretary set in motion a review of the law.
- Much use is made of air-to-air film, obviously shot prior to the actual rally weekend, for the aircraft in question are seen flying in blue skies!
- Top teams traditionally stay away from the gruelling west African rally, making it an irresistible attraction for those teams which cannot win elsewhere.
- This theme was taken up by Mr Baker, Home Secretary, in a speech in Chepstow, attacking Labour's rally in Sheffield on Wednesday.
- He had told an election-eve rally in Astroarena, Washington: "The gods are smiling upon us and I know we are going to win."