GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Those persons who make or amend or repeal laws, collectively.
- n. persons who make or amend or repeal laws
““To me, it looks like a Catholic church bully tactic and an attempt to influence law-makers.””
“To me, it looks like a Catholic church bully tactic and an attempt to influence law-makers. sharon”
“There is an understandable squeamishness among law-makers about what we used to call "mountaineering", climbing anything that rose out of the ground.”
“When our law-makers apply every possible anti-Semitic stereotype to Israel's liberals, the step toward tag mechir, the policy of taking revenge on anybody who opposes settlement policy, is not far.”
“Copies of the Smithsonian's restored edition of the Jefferson Bible should again be distributed to US law-makers, to remind them that their political tradition is solidly anchored in the philosophy of the European Enlightenment.”
“And you will not be surprised to hear that citizens elect the law-makers.”
“The law-makers in Washington, DC must retro-fit all government buildings, colleges and military facilities across our nation.”
“Again, there is an intriguing contrast between Maguire and Smith: one a no-nonsense bruiser from the tough Melbourne Storm school; the other more of a rugby league romantic who, while acknowledging the need to adopt some of the defensive techniques in which Wigan excel, would far rather rugby league's law-makers could find some way to drum wrestling out of the game.”
“Lord Turner's comments echo those made by other European law-makers and regulators.”
“So the game's law-makers, and promoters, have tried to give us something else, geared towards their most lucrative revenue stream.”
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