- v. present participle of represent.
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“A: The simple answer is nothing more than the label representing the two different brands.”
“Ward 3's Ken Weir will run unopposed for another term representing much of northeast”
“Commissioner Clinton Ayers faces two challengers as he seeks another term representing”
“He named Alioto-Pier to fill out his term representing Pacific Heights, the Marina, and Seacliff.”
“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.”
“Donatucci was re-elected last week by a 5-to-1 margin to another term representing the”
“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.”
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