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  • 1 polls — The place where voters cast their ballots. Heads; individuals; persons singly considered. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. polls The place where voters cast their ballots. Heads; indivi …

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  • 2 Polls before the Kenyan elections 2007 — Opinion polls played an important role in the runup to the Kenyan elections of December 2007. A number of institutes published results on the presidential candidates. Nation Media employed the Kenyan Steadman market information company to conduct …

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  • 3 polls — noun A place where votes are cast in elections. On the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, American voters go to the polls for general elections. Syn: polling place …

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  • 4 polls — n. place where people vote pəʊl n. voting, electing; list of voters; counting of votes; number of votes; referendum v. receive votes; vote, elect; count votes, make a survey v. trim tree branches, prune a tree; cut off the horns of an animal …

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  • 5 polls — One of the places where the votes are cast at an election. The place of holding an election within a district, precinct, or other territorial unit. 26 Am J2d Elect § 228. See poll …

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  • 6 polls — noun the place where people vote (Freq. 3) • Hypernyms: ↑position, ↑place * * * plural of poll present third singular of poll …

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  • 7 Straw polls for the Republican Party 2008 presidential nomination — Numerous straw polls were held for the Republican Party s 2008 United States presidential nomination. The largest was the Ames Straw Poll held in Iowa on August 11 2007, won by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Other large straw polls… …

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  • 8 Straw polls for the Democratic Party 2008 presidential nomination — Numerous straw polls were held for the Democratic Party s 2008 United States presidential nomination. Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama lead all Democratic candidates in total straw poll victories.The following sections collect local… …

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  • 9 9/11 opinion polls — may have deliberately covered up and falsified events, in order to hide negligence or even complicity. A number of 9/11 opinion polls have been carried out to try and establish roughly how many people do or do not believe the mainstream media… …

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  • 10 Straw polls for the 2008 United States presidential election — The following sections collect local event based public straw polls where American voters selected among Democratic, Republican, and other appropriate candidates for the 2008 presidential election. The largest was the Ames Straw Poll held in Iowa …

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  • 11 A Head in the Polls — Futurama episode Bender argues with Richard Nixon s head …

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  • 12 Manuel Polls Pelaz — Manuel Polls Pelaz, naturalista, pensador y cineasta español (1 de abril de 1960).[1] Durante su estancia como biólogo en París y Ginebra descubre en ranas del bosque de Fontainebleau el primer caso conocido de espermatogénesis ameiótica en… …

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  • 13 ESPNU Inside the Polls — Infobox Television | show name=ESPNU Inside the Polls format = college football polls runtime = 60 min. starring = Mike Hall, Mike Gottfried and Todd McShay country = USA network = ESPNU (2005 ) first aired = September 5, 2005 last aired =… …

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  • 14 Parish and Community Meetings (Polls) Rules 1987 — Infobox UK SI title=Parish and Community Meetings (Polls) Rules 1987 number=1987/1 territorial extent=England and Wales made under=1972 c. 70, paras. 18(5) 34(5) of Sch. 12 and 1983 c. 2 s. 36 made=5 January 1987 laid before Parliament=16 January …

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  • 15 Opinion polls on the British national identity card — Contents 1 2003 2 2004 3 2005 4 2006 5 References 2003 …

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  • 16 Motions relating to methods of voting and the polls — Class Incidental In order when another has the floor? No Requires second? Yes Debatable? No May be reconsidered? To close polls, no; to reopen polls, negative vote only; all others, yes Amendable? Yes …

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  • 17 A Head in the Polls — Эпизод «Футурамы» «Голова на выборах» «A Head in the Polls» …

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  • 18 opinion polls — The measurement of opinions on specific issues through interviews with a representative sample of the group whose views are to be described. Polls are often referred to by the name of the interviewing company, as in Gallup poll. The most common… …

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  • 19 go to the polls — phrase to vote in an election The country will be going to the polls in less than a month. Thesaurus: to vote in an election or on a political issuehyponym Main entry: poll …

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  • 20 array favor polls — Challenge Chal lenge, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Challenged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Challenging}.] [OE. chalengen to accuse, claim, OF. chalengier, chalongier, to claim, accuse, dispute, fr. L. calumniar to attack with false accusations. See {Challenge}, n …

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