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/ˌmanəˈfestō/,
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manifestos, plural;
  1. A public declaration of policy and aims, esp. one issued before an election by a political party or candidate


  1. a public declaration of intentions (as issued by a political party or government)
  2. A manifesto is a public declaration of principles and intentions, often political in nature. Manifestos relating to religious belief are generally referred to as a creed. Manifestos may also be life stance-related.
  3. Manifesto is the re-release album from Astrovamps.
  4. Manifesto is the fourth full-length studio album by Deadlock. It was released in November 2008. The song "Deathrace" features rapping, while the song "Dying Breed" features clean vocals from former Scar Symmetry vocalist Christian Älvestam, and the song "Fire at will" has a saxophone solo. ...
  5. Manifesto is the third studio album from American rapper, and Wu-Tang Clan member Inspectah Deck. The album features guest appearances from Raekwon, Cappadonna, Termanology, Cormega, Kurupt, Planet Asia, Fes Taylor, Carlton Fisk and Billy Danze. ...
  6. Manifesto is Opiate for the Masses's fifth release and first release on Century Media Records. "Wandering Star" is a cover of Portishead from their album Dummy. The track "Burn You Down" is a downloadable song for Rock Band 2. ...
  7. Manifesto is the sixth studio album by Roxy Music, and was released in 1979 by E.G. in the UK, Polydor in Europe and by Atco in the U.S.
  8. A declaration of principles, intentions, ambitions.  In the context of modern art, a manifesto is a statement by an artist or a group about the meaning of their work and what defines it. ...
  9. Document that contains all the promises a Party/MP makes in case it/he/she will come to power. Sir Humphrey explains in the YM episode The Quality of Life that there is an implicit pact between Ministers and the Civil Service. ...
  10. n. The programme of action to which a political party commits itself before an election. More than a vow (q.v.) but less than a pledge (q.v.).
  11. In art, a public declaration or exposition in print of the theories and directions of a movement. The manifestos issued by various individual artists or groups of artists, in the first half of the twentieth century served to reveal their motivations and raisons d‚etre and stimulated support for ...
  12. A formal statement of political beliefs and objectives presented by a party to the electorate. Manifestos have traditionally been a lynchpin of party politics in the Caribbean.
  13. A document stating a political party's values, goals and intended actions (See also Platform)
  14. The 1890 decree from the church president Wilford Woodruff announcing that the church would no longer perform polygamous marriages, thus officially ending almost forty years of Mormon polygamy. Many Mormons opposed the ban. (See fundamentalist and celestial marriage. ...
  15. by Jacinto - urged the Filipinos to revolt against the Spaniards to secure their liberty
  16. A public declaration of a party's ideas and policies, usually printed during the campaign. Once in power, a government is often judged by how many of its manifesto promises it manages to deliver.
  17. Zio has written a manifesto of his insights, reasoning and evidence regarding the purpose of the clamp; he tries to get Kim to read it. (The Chute)
  18. A list of policies put forward by a political party, which it will intend to carry out if elected as the Government.