Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of represent.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Davis was re-elected Nov. 2 with about 80 percent of the vote to another term representing a congressional district that spans economically and racially diverse areas from Chicago to the western suburbs.

    Danny Davis Announces Bid For Chicago Mayor

  • Davis was re-elected Nov. 2 with about 80% of the vote to another term representing a congressional district that spans economically and racially diverse areas from Chicago to the western suburbs.

    Rep. Davis announces bid for Chicago mayor

  • Ms. Figueres, a consultant living in Washington, D.C., left the U.N. board in January, when her term representing her native Costa Rica was up.

    U.N. Effort

  • A: The simple answer is nothing more than the label representing the two different brands.

    Fatwallet.com Hot Deals

  • Ward 3's Ken Weir will run unopposed for another term representing much of northeast

    Bakersfield.com Latest news

  • Commissioner Clinton Ayers faces two challengers as he seeks another term representing

    The Walton Tribune: News

  • He named Alioto-Pier to fill out his term representing Pacific Heights, the Marina, and Seacliff.

    KCBS Bay Area News

  • Floor crossing is not allowed, a candidate elected as a member of a party must resign when changing party affiliation, or serve out the remainder of the term representing the party they were elected as.

    Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com

  • Donatucci was re-elected last week by a 5-to-1 margin to another term representing the

    Phillies Zone

  • And it has reinforced the decision I have made - after exhaustive deliberation with my extremely supportive wife, Karen and our children - to seek another term representing the great people of the 6th Congressional District.

    Politics PA

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