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  • proper noun A topographic surname of French origin, for someone who lived in a valley.

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Examples

  • Rodney G. Gregory, a lawyer for the Democrats in Duval County, said the party shared the blame for the confusion.

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  • Neither Democrats nor Republicans have demanded a hand recount or new election in Duval County.

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  • If the reporter had asked the Elections Supervisor in Duval County, the area in question, he would have learned that this area has been affected by massive fraud efforts this year as a result of the work of ACORN, a third party organization supporting the Kerry campaign and the Democrats.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Research carried out by Benjamin Duval and Walter Whitford at New Mexico State University has revealed that the beetle is speeding up the degradation of grasslands in the Chihuahua desert ...

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Rodney G. Gregory, a lawyer for the Democrats in Duval County, said the party shared the blame for the confusion.

    Voting As An Intelligence Test

  • He would have learned that many people who were registered this year in Duval County in fact do not have valid addresses.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Second, the list was a listing of returned mail that came from a mailing that the Republican National Committee sent to new registrants in Duval County in Florida, encouraging newly registered Republicans, Democrats and Independents to vote Republican.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Neither Democrats nor Republicans have demanded a hand recount or new election in Duval County.

    Voting As An Intelligence Test

  • March 19 – I have voted Democratic all my life, and when I die I want to be buried in Duval County where I can continue to vote Democratic.

    Think Progress » DeLay: ‘I Cannot Run For Office’ In Texas, ‘I’m Ineligible’

  • Nowhere was the disparity more apparent than in Duval County, where 42 percent of 27,000 ballots thrown out came from four heavily Democratic black precincts.

    10/13/2004

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