Rally refers to a gathering, as in:
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... The 1986 World Rally Championship season was the 14th season of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) World Rally Championship (WRC) ... of the previous season as well as the addition of the Olympus Rally ... marked the return of the WRC to the United States and North America, as well as the first world rally to be held on the western side of the continent ...
... Rally America was founded in 2002 by CPD Rally Team owner Doug Havir, who provided scoring and reporting services to the Sports Car Club of America's ... the decision to sell all commercial and sanctioning rights to Rally America ... In 2005, the inaugural Rally America National Championship was run, incorporating most of the events previously sanctioned by the SCCA ...
... Rally refers to a gathering, as in Political rally, a demonstration, march, or parade Pep rally, an event held at a United States school or college sporting event Rally as a sports term can also refer to ... Rotec Rally, ultralight aircraft ...
... March 20 Shanghai Rally Race April 12 China Renault Formula Race, Zhuhai, 2nd place June 8 Malaysia PORSCHE GT3 CUP July 17 ChangChun Rally Race ...
... The Congolese Rally for Democracy, sometimes Rally for Congolese Democracy, was a rebel group operating in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (D ...
More definitions of "rally":
- (verb): Return to a former condition.
- (noun): A large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm.
Synonyms: mass meeting
- (noun): (sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes.
Example: "After a short rally Connors won the point"
- (noun): A marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness.
- (verb): Harass with persistent criticism or carping.
Synonyms: tease, razz, rag, cod, tantalize, tantalise, bait, taunt, twit, ride
- (noun): An automobile race run over public roads.
Famous quotes containing the word rally:
“I ... once witnessed more ardent emotions between men at an Elks Rally in Pasadena than they could ever have felt for the type of woman available to an Elk.”
—Anita Loos (18881981)
“All the critics who could not make their reputations by discovering you are hoping to make them by predicting hopefully your approaching impotence, failure and general drying up of natural juices. Not a one will wish you luck or hope that you will keep on writing unless you have political affiliations in which case these will rally around and speak of you and Homer, Balzac, Zola and Link Steffens.”
—Ernest Hemingway (18991961)
“The bright old day now dawns again; the cry runs through the the land,
In England there shall be dear breadin Ireland, sword and brand;
And poverty, and ignorance, shall swell the rich and grand,
So, rally round the rulers with the gentle iron hand,
Of the fine old English Tory days;
Hail to the coming time!”
—Charles Dickens (18121870)