Thesaurus / general assembly
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The spirit of the General Assembly seemed to him a far greater evil than its decisions.

Norman MacleodJohn Wellwood

But Kat, who did not wish to appear before either the mother or the general assembly, jumped overboard.

A general assembly was called and a National Covenant was subscribed.

A supreme court, circuit courts, justices of the peace, and such other tribunals as the general assembly shall establish.

The regular sessions of the General Assembly were to be held biennially.

He began, accordingly, to prevent the meetings of the general assembly by continued prorogations.

Then the whole body of the chiefs met in council, and the heralds were sent round to proclaim a general assembly of the army.

A petition was widely circulated and bore thousands of names when the ladies carried it to the General Assembly in 1894.

All lotteries shall hereafter be prohibited in this state, except those already authorized by the General Assembly.

A short history of Rhode IslandGeorge Washington Greene

We are under the necessity of returning to Edinburgh, where the General Assembly was now sitting.

WORDS RELATED TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.