Reformation in the 16th Century (better known as the counterreformation). From Wordnik.com. [MarkDaniels.Blogspot.com] Reference
But if it expands more widely, then it will probably let loose a kind of counterreformation for which I definitely have no sympathy. From Wordnik.com. [Ernst Mach] Reference
Prof. VIROLI: It came s-- from the mid of the 16th century in -- within the context of the counterreformation. From Wordnik.com. [Niccolo's Smile: A Biography of Machiavelli] Reference
That is, they are rich and we are poor, and while their legacy is Democracy, Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution, ours is the counterreformation, Monopoly and Feudalism. From Wordnik.com. [Printing: Mexico: Sex Slaves (Part I)] Reference
The ebb and flow of reformation and counterreformation have hardly changed the permanent landmarks. From Wordnik.com. [Theological Essays of the Late Benjamin Jowett: Seleted, Arranged, and Edited by Lewis Campbell] Reference
Can more accurately be described as part of a counterreformation, a reaction against those attempts to make schools more accountable and effective. From Wordnik.com. [School Information System] Reference
30, were made before the ultra-religious former Tehran mayor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was elected president in 2005 � a profound political step backward that already shows signs of ensuring a kind of cultural counterreformation by conservative Islamists, with After Innocence debuted at last year's Sundance Film Festival, her documentary about the tough, post-prison lives of seven wrongly incarcerated men has played to two kinds of audiences: film festival�goers and, in private screenings, legislators and public-policy makers, who often come away chastened by the searing message onscreen � that most U.S. states treat criminal ex-cons better than innocent ones. ". From Wordnik.com. [GreenCine Daily] Reference
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