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"This plebiscite that was conducted by the New Progressive Party was a political trick to entice people to come out to the polls," Velázquez said.
Its protest was, therefore, against that convention which destroys the plebiscite of Southern Italy.
RULE OF THE MONKGIUSEPPE GARIBALDI
On December 21, the result of the so-called popular plebiscite was announced.
Within three days a senatus consultum was ready recommending the desired change to another plebiscite.
The régime under which this plebiscite will be taken and given effect to is laid down in the annex hereto.
My friend was scornful, and I bribed him to mention the plebiscite to no one, but secretly I was elated and amazed.
At one time he thought of something in the nature of a plebiscite.
INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGEWALTER J. CLARK
Why then not try a Plebiscite, ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ upon certain written propositions, as in Zurich?
At last, at seven o'clock, he found an expedient, and promised to propose a plebiscite on the establishment of the Commune.
It will appoint three out of five members of the Sarre commission, oversee its rgime and carry out the plebiscite.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION