"Half o' them's repeaters," said the keeper, overhearing the remark.
There's a limit to the number of repeaters that can be brought into the district.
In one place he had "interfered with an election and killed five repeaters."
We are putting in a set of repeaters here, so you can reach him this way.
There were primaries in New York city in 1827, and hundreds of repeaters voted.
He knows how to take care of the repeaters, and is handy about election time.
It is they, sir, who finance the thugs and repeaters who desecrate our polls.
Repeaters are little strikes who are employed only at election time.
Here also is a description of the method in which repeaters were brought up when wanted.
The number of "repeaters" in prison shows the effect of this kind of a living death upon the inmates.