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By a vote of 20-4, Catholic University of America’s Student Government Association voted in support of a resolution to request the official recognition of CUAllies after three hours of public comment and senatorial debate.
This time, Miller learned from his misreading of the Peach State and the nailed the outcomes of the two senatorial races.
Given that most polls got the presidential election so wrong, folks are looking for a more reliable, scientific forecast for the crucial senatorial runoffs in Georgia.
If the Democrat candidates win both senatorial elections in Georgia, giving the party a Senate majority, significant changes to tax law become a plausible scenario.
South Carolina Democratic senatorial candidate Jamie Harrison was allegedly behind by two points, within the margin of error, on the eve of the election.
But this was startling news—that Thatcher was measuring himself for a senatorial toga.
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The two elements in the aristocratic party above referred to were the senatorial families and the wealthy mercantile interests.
The senatorial party now had the opportunity to secure their prey, and immediately proceeded to accomplish their purpose.
Soon after his return Sulla was joined by many of the senatorial party, with large levies of soldiers.
The history of the construction of the Palace is obscure and confusing,—a bald array of senatorial decrees and dates.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION