balloting[ bal-uh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF balloting
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She then went on to read the result of the balloting for the other three officers.
I felt for you, on seeing the order in which the balloting placed the delegates in Congress.
Stage tricks wouldn't tip the scales, when it came to balloting.
When the balloting began a single delegate only voted for Garfield.
From the balloting for the jurymen to the plea for the defence.
Voting and balloting, and speech-making were ruled out of order.
Papers are better,” said Mary, “when there is a good deal of balloting to be done.
On Wednesday, the 11th of February, 1801, the balloting commenced.
On the third day the balloting for a candidate was to begin.
In 1867 the system of balloting for seats in the Strangers' Gallery was first instituted.