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adjective as in decided

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Just 47 percent of Asian-Americans voted in the 2012 presidential election.

This was nine fewer than what he needed just two years ago when 426 members of the House voted.

On his eighth try, more than three decades after he went in, the parole board finally voted to release Sam.

“When Strom Thurmond ran for president, we voted for him,” said Lott.

In 2004, for example, Scalise voted “no” on a resolution to make Martin Luther King Jr.

They determined that an offensive war should be carried on against them, and voted to raise 90 men!

One hundred and sixty-five, out of twelve thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine who actually voted.

British house of commons voted Dr. Jenner 10,000 for his discovery of the vaccine inoculation.

It was remarked that on this occasion the naval men, with Rooke at their head, voted against the Government.

It was then voted, and with enthusiasm, that the Convention should go out and fraternize with the multitude.


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