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Use "grass-roots" in a sentence
"Like other charismatic do-gooders with an interesting story to tell, he has written a memoir to promote his charity and the idea of grass-roots development work."
"Several years ago, in what Laurie White, the president of the area Chamber of Commerce, called a "grass-roots effort," prominent figures in the public and private sectors came together to create a strategy for Providence's economic future."
"He has also called for the formation of a "cultural Euro-Tea Party" referring to the grass-roots right wing organisation in the US supported by Sarah Palin."