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  • adj. the ordinal number of one hundred ten in counting order

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Examples

  • Apparently, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community successes in 110th Congress included:

    HRC Releases 110th Congress Scorecard

  • Promoted to Headline (H3) on 4/10/09: Perfect Politicians: Grading Congress on a Curve yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Perfect Politicians: Grading Congress on a Curve'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Raise your hand if you recall the 110th Congress (2007 - 2008) as having spent two years funding a war in Iraq that it had been elected to end, increasing the military\'s bloated budget, and adamantly refusing to hold war criminals accountable?'

    Perfect Politicians: Grading Congress on a Curve

  • Raise your hand if you recall the 110th Congress (2007 - 2008) as having spent two years funding a war in Iraq that it had been elected to end, increasing the military's bloated budget, and adamantly refusing to hold war criminals accountable?

    AfterDowningStreet.org - Bush-Cheney Trials in '09

  • As he did two weeks ago, Bush called the 110th Congress "one of the least productive in history."

    Latest News - UPI.com

  • Paul Pinegar, Andrew Gonnella and R.J. Dill are all returning starters, but considering the line was 110th nationally in sacks allowed and 105th in rushing, that's far from a sure sign of improvement.

    Around the Atlantic Coast Conference

  • The 110th Congress, which just ended, featured 137.

    The Silenced Majority

  • The White House dictated the Senate's floor schedule in the 110th Congress, with the stimulus followed by health care, followed by Wall Street reform, leaving no time for climate change or immigration.

    Harry Reid, The Man Who Never Says Goodbye

  • The 110th Congress, if nothing else, has dramatically discredited the theory: If there was a scoreboard, Democrats would be winning in a blowout, celebrating on the sidelines as the clock wound down toward November.

    Harry Reid, The Man Who Never Says Goodbye

  • He also served as the primary play caller at North Carolina in 2000 and Clemson in 2004, but units finished 58th and 110th in the country in total offense.

    How coaching changes will affect Virginia Tech football on the field

  • Ultimately neglected by President Bush and the 108th, 109th, 110th and this past Congress, comprehensive immigration reform is still an imperative.

    Asher Smith: Regardless of What Politico Says, Losing Is Still Not Winning

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