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  • n. Plural form of deliberation.

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Examples

  • The outcome of their deliberations is a biennial prize which will recognise one writer's achievement in fiction.

    Books

  • WASHINGTON (CNN) – The full Senate is expected to begin deliberations Tuesday on the nomination of federal Judge Sonia Sotomayor to become the nation's first Hispanic Supreme Court justice.

    Senate to begin final Sotomayor debate

  • Our faith traditions give us a unique and important perspective to offer the community in deliberations on civic, legislative and governmental matters.

    Oregon

  • Now our own City of Toronto Parking Authority should have an important voice in deliberations about transportation.

    The Next Mayor of Toronto

  • The mood of cabinet deliberations is set by Pearson himself, and he tends to approach problems from a point of view that's more diplomatic than political or economic.

    What is Wrong with Parliament?

  • Officers of the Government exercising functions which are pertinent to the responsibilities of the Small Defense Plants Administration shall facilitate the discharge of those responsibilities by keeping the Small Defense Plants Administrator currently informed with respect to the exercise of such functions, including prospective actions, and by providing for participation in deliberations affecting small businesses by representatives of the Small Defense Plants Administration.

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 10323

  • This arrangement could be supplemented by the invitation of smaller nations to participate in deliberations concerning problems of direct interest to themselves whenever such problems came up for discussion.

    The Small Nations in World Affairs

  • "With the inflation and disinflation forces landing in the expected places, today's data will mean little for the RBA's near-term deliberations," Mr Jarman said.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • It’s not hard to say “Judge, we’d like to poll the jury first” or “Your Honor, we think they should be given a little more time in deliberations” after the judge says he’s declaring a hung jury.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Sixth Circuit Now 0–4 in Habeas Cases This Term

  • It’s not hard to say “Judge, we’d like to poll the jury first” or “Your Honor, we think they should be given a little more time in deliberations” after the judge says he’s declaring a hungjury.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Sixth Circuit Now 0–4 in Habeas Cases This Term

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